If you are looking to get the most out of your RV air conditioner, then you need to check the following items consistently:
Air Filters – These need to be cleaned consistently to keep your RV air conditioner running strong. You should really clean your RV air conditioner air filter every 2 to 4 weeks to make sure that it can properly cool your luxury RV. If you are not taking proper care of your air filter, then it will not be able to keep you cool on a hot day. Also, if you ignore the necessary cleaning for an air filter in your RV air conditioner for too long it might cause it to malfunction and you could end up with more damage to other parts. So save yourself a headache and a few bucks and make sure to clean your air filters consistently.
Condenser Coils – The condenser coils on your RV/ camper air conditioner does not require cleaning as often or as intensely as air filters. You simply need to keep an eye on them and clean them every once in a while if they get dirty. This will keep your RV air conditioner in top shape.
Condenser Fins – This is a much more tricky to deal with and you should really call a licensed HVAC RV contractor to handle their cleaning, but you should check consistently to make sure that they are clean. If you check with a flashlight and find that they are dirty, call Krauses Cooling & Heating Inc. and we will get someone out to clean them and get your RV air conditioner working properly once again.
We are ready to handle anything from duo therm parts that need replacement to the cleaning of condenser fins.
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