Thanks William. What electric furnace did you install?
Well, I'm still out and about but thought I'd better catch up on my correspondence!
As to the ac unit, it's easy enough to pull out (save for the electrical plug) but the cabinet is chock full of foam venting that needs to be moved to use that space. That's going to be harder to undo. The vent fans are mostly a waste of time and effort. It's much smarter to put effort into swapping out the roof fan for a better, more efficient one. I don't know if the vent fans work well with the a/c as I got rid of the a/c right away.
As I've said in other posts, the electric furnace is the game changer for me. I mounted mine above the a/c space in what is referred to as the Mandy cabinet behind the television. Once there, you never have to mess with it. Even if you ele t to keep the a/c, you can cram it up there. Just takes a bit of head scratching.
I am currently away from the house for a few days in the Apostle Islands. I'd be happy to address your Q's but will do so when I return. Ping me in a few days if I forget...
Was reading your modification of the air conditioner space. Had a couple of questions if you don’t mind. 1. Where were the venting vans you mentioned removing? Were they in this space? 2. I would like to have a dedicated space to put an electric space heater (small crain heater like they put in the 2021 models) Was considering removing the AC in the winter and replacing it with the box you showed, then replacing it in the summer. Having done this , do you think this would must be too much trouble? Thanks for your thoughts
Still pleased with your walmart rv queen memory foam topper? I swapped ny stock mattress out for thermarest dream time air mattresses but they are not quite side enough.
Newbie here! Just picked up my trailer just prior to Thanksgiving! Did a lot of research and so grateful for this community of information and resources! Many adventures and questions to follow!
Thats where mine is as well. I may move it to my TV and mount it to my rack.