Check out these AC problems found during an RV inspection on a brand new RV. Hello everyone. It’s Jason with my RV resource.com. Yellow pages for RV service providers find what you need, where you need it in the United States today, I’m coming to you with my weekly one reason, brand new RV right behind me. And, uh, let’s take a look at that data plate just to see when it was built. So as you can see, RV was built in March of 2022. Today it’s May 26th. So weekly, one reason get an RV inspection. What could be wrong? It’s brand new. It’s what the dealership’s gonna tell you. I’m here to tell you, they don’t always tell you the truth. I’m sure you know, that dealt with car dealers, other RV dealers. So what I want to show you today is air conditioners. There’s a couple issues in this RV with two different air conditioners. And one, I’m gonna show you the first one. This is the front air conditioner. So what you’re looking at there is the, uh, piece of foam that separates the return from the cold air side it’s installed at an angle. There is a huge gap at the top of it. Causes something we like to call short cycling, basically it’s sucking the cold air that it just cooled right back into the return and trying to cool it and dehumidify it. It’s already been dehumidified humidified seems like a very inefficient way to run your air condition. Matter of fact, we are at the bare minimum of 14 degrees separation for the Delta tea test on both of these air conditioners. So now I’m gonna go look at the rear one. And let’s just round and let’s go look up in here. If I can get it, can’t really see it. Let’s see. So right there in the middle of the screen, you see that gap, that gap. Both sides of this air condition. What that gap is, is the AC vents where the cold air is supposed to filter through the RV. So once again, the air’s going into those vents, the return is sucking that cold air up in, and it’s trying to reco it and dehumidify air that’s already Demid. Once again, 14 degrees separation. I’ve been at this inspection approximately four and a half hours. Now let’s go see how cool it is in here. So you can see, I have ’em said at 68 and 67 and all day with the air conditioners on I’m at 84 and 81. That’s not cooling folks makes it very warm in here. So that’s my weekly one reason to get an RV inspection. If you don’t know what you’re looking for in those air conditioners, you buy one just like this, and then hot summer days. You’re wondering why it’s so hot inside the RV. So brand new 2022 RV air conditioners are short cycling, causing them to be very inefficient. And frankly, I mean, it’s hot in here. It’s not cold. So don’t forget about my RV resource.com. Find all those RV service providers you need everywhere. And, uh, me and my wife, we’re master certified inspectors through the N V I a there’s only four of us in the country. Me and Lisa are two of. We do this every day folks. And we see these things every day. Don’t be fold. Dealerships will tell you, you don’t need a new one inspected. We’re gonna go through it. You just saw what they missed on this one. Customer’s supposed to take delivery today. Don’t see that happening with the other 40 or so issues I’ve found in four and a half hours, and I’ve got a couple hours to go. So. This is my weekly. One reason y’all have a nice day.
Why Isn’t The Temperature Inside My Brand New RV Cool?
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