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Old 08-08-2004, 02:57 PM   #1
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Penguin Drain Pan- Where to buy?

I am thinking about replacing my Coleman air conditioner with a Penguin so that I can utilize the drain tube that is built into my trailer. If I decide to mover forward where do I purchase the drain pan that is specifically designed for the Airstream? Joe
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Old 08-08-2004, 05:09 PM   #2
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Joe,

Any Airstream dealer can order one for you. IIRC they run approx 80.00 for the pan.
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Old 08-08-2004, 09:22 PM   #3
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try $96 and that isn't with dealer mark up. probably over a $100 from a dealer. i got my pan from camper repair center in montevella Alabama. tel 205-665-2531 ask for sunny.
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Old 08-08-2004, 09:24 PM   #4
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AC replacement

Not familiar with a Penguin? I, too, may replace my Coleman, original AC on my 1985 Limited 34' model. What's the best AC for the money out there?

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if you want a drip pan dometic penquin. im told that pan will work with most dometic ac units. with the 34 fotter i would go with the 15000 btu unit . i didnt as it is a heat pump. but in your situation a heat pump would be the way to go. just my 2cents
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Old 08-08-2004, 09:48 PM   #6
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Not sure what the best AC is for the money but what I've heard is that they no longer make a drain pan for a coleman that aligns to the drain hose on the Airstream so you have to go with a Duo-Therm penguin if you want a drain pan that fits where your drain hose is located. The previous owner replaced the DuoTherm that was originally on this trailer with a Coleman Mach III and now the water runs onto the roof and down the sides, back, or wherever the path of least resistance is.
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I got mine less than a year ago for $57.41, with tax and freight total was $71.14. Ordered through Shorewood RV Center, shipped direct to me from Jackson Center.
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jackson center price for the drip pan, june this year was $53 and i had to pay for it in person. they wont sell direct
and i think part prices have increased again.
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AC Drain pan

If you use the "modified" Carrier 15,000 btu AC, you don't need a pan at all.

Plus, Carrier is the only one that has oscillating louvers and, an "air shower."

You can see that item on our web site, inlandrv.com
Click on parts and scroll to part number 69090.

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I want one from you Andy...

Andy,

You were supposed to get back to me on one of these A/C units. I figured you just got busy.
I am the guy with the 20 foot Argosy Minuet that you set straight on the black and gray water dump valves. BTW, I got the valves installed and buttoned the bottom back up; looks better than new.
Take Andy's word for things, people. He knows what he is talking about.

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If you use the "modified" Carrier 15,000 btu AC, you don't need a pan at all.

Plus, Carrier is the only one that has oscillating lovers and, an "air shower."

You can see that item on our web site, inlandrv.com
Click on parts and scroll to part number 69090.

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Please check your PM for a message.

Too many if's and's and buts, to post here, which could cause confusion.

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