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Old 08-02-2009, 07:41 PM   #1
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Installing a room air conditioner between the beds

Anybody tried installing a regular room air conditioner in a rear bedroom twin bed AS? I did the measurements, and there is room right below the nightstand (14" tall x 20" wide) to install a small room air conditioner. The back of the unit would be completely hidden in the rear storage area. You'd need to leave the rear hatch open to use it, and could plug it in eithr the AS or run it to the power post in most campgrounds.

Is this completely insane?
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