RV AC Systems need to operate a peak efficiency to keep an RV cool in the summer.
Even the best insulated RVs are much more susceptible to outside temperatures than the average house. Combine that with the fact that RVs are generally put in varying elements and conditions (sand / dust, etc), and it's easy to see why maintaining an RV AC at peak efficiency is crucial to glamping comfort!
The tool required are pretty basic and not at all expensive:
For this RV Maintenance video series, we're partnering up with our friends Todd and Stephanie of the Youtube channel Two Beards and a Babe! https://www.youtube.com/TwoBeardsandaBabe
Todd is an instructor at the National RV Training Academy (https://nrvta.com/), where they teach the RV Industry Association Certification courses for both technicians, inspectors, and even those who just want to know more about servicing their own RV! We're very fortunate to have them on board for this video series!
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