The 3 deadly sins will kill your A/C every time.
Sin 2: Poor Air Flow
Your A/C’s main way of keeping you cool is based around the ability for your A/C to move air both through the A/C unit itself and through your RV. Therefore, one of the biggest obstacles you can give your A/C is to keep the air flow free of obstructions. The Professor says the most important thing you can do to keep the air flowing and blowing is to clean your air filter. This might seem like a small thing but it can save you big headaches. Not to mention keep you cool in the summertime heat. Cleaning your filter is easy enough that you can do it in your RV sink. There’s more than just a filter to your airflow though and the professor is here to fill you in on all the facts.
Sin 3: Poor Discharge Air
Even if everything else is working to help your A/C if cold air isn’t coming out you’re still going to feel the heat. Ductwork has to be properly sealed for the cool air you want to get through your unit and inside to you. If your ducts aren’t properly sealed the only thing you’ll be cooling off is the top of your unit. All this and more on this Ask the Professor!
- Your Air Conditioner
- The 4 Things Your RV A/C Does For You
- Sin 1: Bad Voltage
- What You Can Do To Make Sure You’re A/C Is Properly Powered
- Sin 2: Poor Air Flow (Cleaning and straightening coils)
- Simple Steps To Keep The Cold Air Coming
- Sin 3: Poor Discharge Air
- How To Keep Your Cold Air On Track
Email Neil King at Neil.King@rvnn.tv