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    One a/c vent and no furnace vents in the bedroom of the 32RL?

    There are no furnace vents in bedroom of the 32RL and only one a/c vent.

    While there are two furnace vents and one a/c vent in the adjacent bathroom, I can't believe the intent to force you to keep the bathroom doors open.

    It's hot in south Texas and the single 15K BTU a/c has a hard time keeping up with the heat (set for 75 degrees). During the winter, the lows in the 40s is gonna make having no heat vents in the bedroom somewhat interesting.

    Been thinking about installing the 15K Penguin with the heat strip just in case.
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    Re: One a/c vent and no furnace vents in the bedroom of the 32RL?

    I think you're on the right track with the 2nd a/c with heat strip. Your trailer is 34'7", and thats a lot of area to cool with just one unit. Besides, if one goes out, you have a backup!
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    Re: One a/c vent and no furnace vents in the bedroom of the 32RL?

    Is the 15K a low profile unit?? A 13K would probably do the job and a few $$$$ cheaper. JMHO
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    Re: One a/c vent and no furnace vents in the bedroom of the 32RL?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob&Patty View Post
    Is the 15K a low profile unit?? A 13K would probably do the job and a few $$$$ cheaper. JMHO
    The 13.5K should do just fine and its a couple of hundred bucks cheaper.

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