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Postby jbcason » Sat Aug 23, 2014 6:07 pm

I live in The Houston area and the A/C just doesn't keep my 97 as cold as I want it. Is this just the unit getting tired or does it take a but bigger unit. I'm wondering if it really needs a 13,500. Anyone have any experience with this. Thanks, JB
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Re: A/C

Postby jbcason » Sun Aug 24, 2014 5:05 pm

I guess I should ask it another way, does your 11000 btu keep up in extremely hot weather? Thanks.
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Re: A/C

Postby nvestysly » Sun Aug 24, 2014 7:34 pm

Ours seems to work fine.

The A/C in our 1998 B190 appears to be the original unit. I don't know for certain it's size/capacity but I guess it's the 11k BTU that you mentioned. We camped in the van in August on some days when the temperatures were in the low to mid 90's and relatively high humidity in the southeast. The A/C kept things relatively comfortable on High Cool with the numerical selector knob set on 5 (about 2/3 the way around to it's coldest setting).
We sold our 1998 B190, V-10
Considering an Airstream Interstate or 1999 B190 if you have one for sale
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Re: A/C

Postby jbcason » Sun Aug 24, 2014 7:59 pm

Thank you. That was what I wanted to know.
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