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Old 06-15-2020, 09:35 AM   #1
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Blizzard Heat Pump Install Question

Hi, I am installing a Dometic Blizzard Heat Pump on my AS. I have installed the Airstream drip cups on the unit and I see that it calls to use a second layer of gaskets so that I don't crush the drip cups when tightening the unit down.


I can't seem to find the part numbers for all of the gaskets. I found Dometic #3316315.013 which is the main gasket in the center of the unit but I can't find the smaller spacer blocks that are on the outside edges of the blizzard.


Has anyone completed an install of a blizzard that might know the spacer block part numbers or what they did in this situation?

BTW: I did call Dometic and they weren't sure and suggested calling AS. That's next if I can't find out from my favorite AS source.



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I had two Blizzard a/c units installed on my Airstream by Tom Schaeffer RV. If JC doesn't have the answer for you, try checking with their service department.

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Thanks! It's all installed and working fine. Thanks to Steve_Bryant, and PTeck from this forum.


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Alden,

As time goes on, I would like to know about any observations you have related to your Dometic Blizzard airconditioner.
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