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Old 06-24-2002, 03:33 AM   #21
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Fred,

Before you spent 1200+ dollars on new AC units you may want to PM Action. He got a used one from colaw with the insdie panels for $350.00??

http://www.airstreamphotos.com/photo...x.pl?photo=287

I think he said he got it from Colaw salvage.

On the list of wants I really agree with #3. I worked on ours this weekend and had the AC on full blast. It was great being able to geat out of the heat and into the cool coach while working.
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Old 06-30-2002, 02:24 PM   #22
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I spent the night at a state park and talked to a guy that just purchased a 02 Fleetwood. I asked him about his electrical service, having two A/C and parking at a 30 amp service. He said that his rig has 30amp service only, but the A/c's are controlled by a circuit panels that automatically alternates between the two A/C's according to temperature.
I know Frankr could throw something like that together in a flash.
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I thought I'd revisit this old subject with some new information.

I talked to Walt at Walt's RV while he was fixin' my awnings. He does re-wire the 2 A/C units so that you can run one off the 20 amp service and the other off the 30 amp service. The rear unit is wired directly to the generator. Somehow, he sets it up so you plug into the gen set while traveling and then unplug and plug into the campground's 20 amp service. That way you can have both running at a campground.
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