• 4:18

    There’s a fairly common misunderstanding about the capabilities of RV AC units, in the sense that they ought to cool a hot vehicle in no time flat. If I return from a hike on a 95-degree day and my RV has been baking in the sun, when I kick on the AC my interior temperature

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  • 5:56

    When looking to buy a used RV AC unit for your rig, there are several things you should keep in mind. Although used is generally more cost-effective, remember that pre-owned appliances are always a toss-up; you can only know what kind of shape a unit’s in by doing a thorough inspection and running a comprehensive

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  • 3:34

    If you’ve traveled in your RV during the peak of summer, you may have experienced what happens when the air conditioning unit goes into overdrive to combat the high heat: condensation! Air conditioner condensation can drip into the interior of your unit and cause a few different problems, including soiled carpet and increased cabin humidity.

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  • 3:19

    If your RV air conditioner doesn’t seem to be operating at maximum capacity, there are a number of things you can check for and update. Proper troubleshooting of RV AC requires that you thoroughly inspect your rig for any components that might hinder airflow. To help you discover what’s affecting your AC’s capabilities, RV expert

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  • 3:43

    We’ve found that most RVers expect more from their RV rooftop air conditioning units than their maximum capability. Generally, rooftop AC has the capacity to cool a unit to 20 degrees below outdoor temperature, so on the hottest of days you shouldn’t expect inside temperature to be as cozy as you’d like. However, there are

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  • 1:41

    Cold weather RV camping doesn’t have to entail roughing it and freezing your buns off until the spring thaw. There are many simple steps you can take to ensure your winter camping experience is more comfortable and your equipment remains fully functional. In this lesson, Dave Solberg discusses a few of his favorite tips for

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  • 46:41

    Standard RV roof vents are great for removing stale air from your cabin, but they’re not so proficient in replacing that old air with new, cooler air. For that, you need to upgrade to an electric RV power vent with a built-in fan. Updated RV power vent models make it extremely simple to replenish the

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  • Air Flow Meter
    2:25

    When something seems wrong with the cooling or heating system of a RV, it is difficult to go to the mechanic and simply say something generic like, “my RV is not cooling like it used to.” A helpful gadget that every RV owner should keep in their unit is an air flow meter. The best

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  • rv furnace
    1:26

    One of the best parts about camping in an RV instead of a tent is that you can do it all year round. While in a tent you’re subject to the whims of Mother Nature, but your RV will always be cozy because of insulation and a working furnace. Much like a house furnace, an

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