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Old 06-02-2017, 09:26 AM   #1
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Question air conditioner help

Bought X215WSK camper in late fall of last year. There wasn't an air conditioner manual left in the camper to look at, so we aren't sure what we have to do to start using it. We have it parked at home and I would like to try it. Does a regular 20 pull enough power to run the conditioner or do I need 30.

Trying to get ready while husband works, so don't have a lot of back ground information, a manual would probably do the job.

13.5 low profile Dometic Penquin model 640315301, I couldn't find it on the Dometic web site.

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Old 06-02-2017, 11:34 AM   #2
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http://manuals.adventurerv.net/Brisk...ing-Manual.pdf

You should be able to. But don't overload with other things requiring much current draw. Check page 7.

Will this help?
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Thanks for the air conditioner information, that should get me through that part. Now I have de-winterizing questions, but I will get through this.
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Thanks for the air conditioner information, that should get me through that part. Now I have de-winterizing questions, but I will get through this.
thanks again,
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Glad to help. Someone (maybe with the same model) will most likely jump in here. Different models have different valves and they are in different places. You bought your unit used I take it?
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Here is a quick synopsis of general info.
6 Steps to De-winterizing Your RV - RVC Outdoor Destinations
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5) RV Fresh Water System
Check your motorhome’s fresh water system for leaks. Move the water heater’s bypass valve into the Normal position, then turn on the hot and cold water and check all faucets and pipes for leaks.

If you used non-toxic RV antifreeze to winterize your fresh water system, you’ll need to drain and flush it from the system. To clean out the system:

For every 15 gallons of tank capacity, add 1/4 cup of liquid household bleach to one gallon of water. Add the bleach water to the fresh water tank.
Pump the water through all the water lines and fixtures, and let it sit for 4 hours.
Drain the system and flush it out until the water tastes and smells bleach-free.
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