Cold air sinks. I dont get how this will cool your pup ......
. With my old popup I kind of did something similar except mine was essentially pressed up against the screen resting on a shelving unit I had outside. I had to use a few fans to push the air, but you are right. I found the box nice and cool, but the bunkends where still toasty hot. So sure as heck not ideal for hot and humid climates, but should be more than sufficient for the White Mountains and other areas up north.Cold air sinks. I dont get how this will cool your pup ......
Has this kept your pup cool? The bunkends too for sleeping? Its great idea!!!!!!Even though I don't really need an A.C. to camp in the White Mountains, I decided to install an A.C. that I got for free. I installed it where the ice box was. I am going to pull it in while driving.
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Oh ok!! I see now. So, the unit does or doesnt roll in and out? It looks like you put in a slanted panel to direct airflow UP Yes?I ran the A.C. in the garage when it was 95 degrees outside, a little cooler in the garage. It got very cold in the camper. The install in the refrigerator location was very easy. I cut the hole for the A.C. and it is just inside of the two studs in the wall. Two pieces of 1" trim boards fit snug inside the wall on the top and bottom of the A.C. I got the A.C. last year for free on Craigslist and just used wood that I had around.
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I don't have it on rollers. I just push it in and out and screw on a cover when travelling. Yes, I have a panel to direct the air up through the counter. The air blasts right up to the ceiling. I am going to make a television stand for the piece of counter that is behind the hole.Oh ok!! I see now. So, the unit does or doesnt roll in and out? It looks like you put in a slanted panel to direct airflow UP Yes?