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Old 06-26-2018, 08:39 PM   #1
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Adding 2nd AC to ST336BH

If anyone has added a second ac to this trailer, I have some questions.

I know that it is pre-wired, but I dont know if I can tie it into the ducts, and if there is a thermostat wire for the thermostat already installed in the camper. Currently, the 13.5k cant keep up. I can get the temp down to 70 at night, but in the heat of the day, it cant hold anything lower than 85-86.

Im pretty handy, so Id like to do this install myself, but Im curious how much of a difference it would make if I can tie into the ducts, or if I can only have it blow in the bedroom.
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Old 07-01-2018, 09:10 PM   #2
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Mine currently just blows into the bedroom (not same model, but same is sure). Honestly I hate it. I have 13.5k of extra power and it's only good for turning my bedroom into a freezer. I Want to tie into the ducts, but I know I would have to increase my vent count substantially. I tried emailing cross roads for the duct layout, but only got a standard don't void your Warren message. Figured out the ducts myself, but now need to either live with the bad setup or take the plunge.
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Old 07-01-2018, 11:08 PM   #3
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Mine currently just blows into the bedroom (not same model, but same is sure). Honestly I hate it. I have 13.5k of extra power and it's only good for turning my bedroom into a freezer. I Want to tie into the ducts, but I know I would have to increase my vent count substantially. I tried emailing cross roads for the duct layout, but only got a standard don't void your Warren message. Figured out the ducts myself, but now need to either live with the bad setup or take the plunge.
We ended up adding a ductless 15k and it blows into the LR. It helps, but we have to have a fan blowing air to the back. My wife jumped the gun and had it done.
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Old 07-02-2018, 12:52 PM   #4
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Old 07-02-2018, 07:54 PM   #5
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I'm going to take the plunge and route my front stand alone 13.5 into my ducts. I'm also going to add an additional amount of vents to deal with the extra air.

Right now I have a fairly large living riom/kitchen/dinette that gets two vents..... That's gonna go up to 4 and then the 13.5 will be added to the duct system.

I may add an extra vent to my bedroom to bring the vent count to 8 as well.

I'll take pictures and make a write up for others good or bad.
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