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Old 08-17-2017, 02:04 PM   #281
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Well, after a 4 week delay waiting for FedEx to pickup the damaged unit & waiting for the replacement I finally was able to bolt down the second unit. I'm still waiting for the 10gage Marine grade wire I ordered to wire it all in.

Word of advice to all those who have installed these roof top AC, Go back & retorqe your mount bolts, It calls for 50 in pounds, I took them to 50 yesterday & went back this morning after the seal settled & was quite a bit loose. We do the same thing for ACFT windshields.

Now to go back & remove the first one I installed to correct my mistakes.
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Don't know why the site gives us the option of uploading 8 pics but only does 1.
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Old 09-27-2017, 05:00 PM   #283
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Well finally have a little more progress to report, Finally have 2ea 15000 BTU Ac units installed & 2ea 10speed maxxFan's with thermo controlled remotes. These can be programmed to open at a set temp to circulate air thru are also reversible & can be used as ceiling fans when closed
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Now Have to work on building the duct work for the AC units
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