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Old 10-06-2004, 12:37 PM   #1
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A/C question ???

I have a Duo-Therm 15K Brisk air unit I want to use to replace the Coleman on my 1979 Motorhome.
I am looking for the pan to fit it to the Airstream, also I am trying to find out if I do put this on will the drain line be used or will the water just run down the side?


Also if this swap does work, I will want to sell my Coleman complete and was wondering what years it would fit being that it is on a 1979 now.

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Old 10-06-2004, 02:09 PM   #2
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The Duo-Therm Penguin 15K unit does have a drip pan. I'm not sure if the Brisk-Air does. You might give Dometic a call and see what they say.

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The Duo-Therm Penguin 15K unit does have a drip pan. I'm not sure if the Brisk-Air does. You might give Dometic a call and see what they say.

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Thanks for the reply!

But mabye someone here in the forums has a brisk air and can answer from experiance.

PS: I dont have a Penguin or I would not be asking this question.
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Thanks for the reply!

But mabye someone here in the forums has a brisk air and can answer from experiance.

PS: I dont have a Penguin or I would not be asking this question.
I wasn't sure if you had made a purchase yet which was why I brought up the alternative.

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Duotherm or Dometic, do not have drip pans.

The only drip pans ever used were all made by Airstream, and they through, a dealer are your only source.

The only current drip pan is for the Dometic "Penguin" units.

They can be made however from an aluminum sheet if someone so chooses.

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Old thread same question...

Andy...or anyone....I have a Dometic Brisk Air AC on the Flying Cloud (model 57915-622) Does this have a drip pan? If not...where can I find one or get the dimensions to build one?
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just some more research

I hope this helps someone else out there.
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Great drawing.

But, you will have to install a drain line to the pan.

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