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VERY SHORT SURVEY: A/C Cooling Capability For OE 1 (ONE) Owners

Geronimo John

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NOTE:  This thread is not about how loud your OEM A/C is.  Please go to the "Got Ear Plugs" or other threads for those discussions.

This thread does seek info from OE1 (ONE) owners who have used their trailers in hot conditions.

INTRODUCTION:  It would be beneficial to know what owners think about the cooling capacity of various A/C units running in very hot conditions.    


  1.   What is your user name, OE1 (ONE) model year, and it's Hull Number?
  2.   What A/C do you currently have and what is it's BTU rating?
  3.   While using shore power, what was the max outside temperature you have stressed your current A/C?  How well did it perform?  
  4.   Other comments you would like to add?  


SAMPLE desired SURVEY RESPONSE FORMAT:   (Happens to be my response for my unit)

  1.  Invisible Owner, 1842, Hull -200
  2.  Domenica  13,500 BTU
  3.  I have run my unit at 150 degrees conditions under direct sunlight.  It cooled very well.
  4.  Generally I think my unit is oversized.  When I replace it, I will seek a smaller capacity model that uses less power; such as an inverter compressor with variable speed fans for evening use.


Again please don't respond with comments about how loud your unit is.  We have beaten that horse enough.   However how quiet yours runs is fair game for owners that have replaced their unit.  Such experiences will help  other owners in selecting a future replacement A/C 's so both size and quiet experiences are encouraged.  I'm looking forward to reading your "Cool Experiences" .      

Thank you,


TV:  2019 F-150 SuperCrew Lariat, 3.5L EcoBoost, Max Tow, FX-4, Rear Locker      OLLIE:  2018 OE2 Hull 342, Twin Bed.    OLLIE DIY’s: Timken Bearings, BB LiFePO4's, Victron 712 Smart, 350 Amp Master Switch, Houghton 3400, Victron Orion DC - DC, 3000-Watt Renogy Inverter, P.D. 60-amp Converter, Frig Dual Exhaust Fans, Kitchen Drawer Straps.    TV DIY’s:  2 5/16" Anderson System, Nitto recon’s, Firestone Rear Air Bags, Bilstein 5100’s, Mud Flaps & Weather Tech all, installed Ham Radio (WH6JPR).







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