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    Looking for a ClimateRight or similar AC unit for my Teardrop. Any suggestions?

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    Originally posted by tshackelford View Post
    Looking for a ClimateRight or similar AC unit for my Teardrop. Any suggestions?
    Good afternoon Tim. I am Dave from both Illinois Chapter and Indiana Chapter. I actually traded in my TearDrop Little Guy 5 Wide this past September for a slightly larger camper and did not give them the ClimateRight 5000 that i used with the Teardrop. I planned to list it for sale this coming spring. It has only been used maybe 15 times. Do to work schedules I only made about 3 camping weekends a year. If this is of interest you i can get you more details , pictures and price. You can messenger me on here and let me know.

    Thanks
    Dave

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    • #3
      Please send me some info

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      • #4
        Just FYI
        Just FYI ;Those Climate right A/C's are NO LONGER MADE ......................................

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        • #5
          Yes I’m aware. I was searching for a gently used unit. Davey from the above comments sold me a really nice used unit that I’m so thankful for.

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          • #6
            May I also suggest that you go on Climate Rights web site and purchase a second T-stat & remote as a backup just incase one of them crap out on you . I sure did never know . Don't know if you have any experience with them i have had yours for 3-4 years & it does work rather well in a 5x8 tear so well that in a 90 degree day in full sun it get's it down & keeps it at a consist 68 - 70 degree 's . Yes it has froze up maybe 4 times & shuts down , But all we do is unplug and wait about 15 - 20 mins. and all is good then . Maybe we push it too hard .

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            • #7
              I just purchased a trailer (VTM XTR) that has the Climate Right vents already installed. I have been looking for something else that is comparable but there doesn't seem to be anything out there.

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              • #8
                Here is one that looks similar to the Climate Right. Would this work? https://www.vevor.com/products/porta...iABEgI-u_D_BwE

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                • #9
                  Padre, 1st Welcome to the Tearjerker’s. Hope you enjoy the camping and company that comes with it.

                  As for the A/C unit you are referring to on your link, if the specs are correct you will NOT be able to use this unit. Specs show it requires a 220 volt outlet to operate it and you would not find that at any campsite. Also the BTU sounds like over kill for your size camper. The ClimateRight had a 5000 BTU and a 2500 BTU and the 5000 was strong for my Tear drop camper. So the one you speak of is 3 times as strong at 16548 BTU. Either way the 220 volt is the main problem.

                  Dave

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                  • #10
                    Ok so the description states that voltage is 220 volts BUT that cord that is shown is clearly a 115 volt 15 amp cord end ( plug ) so what is correct . Might be worth a phone call . Just my 2 cents

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                    • #11
                      If you haven't seen these before, check out the S7i here: Fresair 12V Air Conditioner | For Golf, Van Life + More
                      This is designed to replace your 12v fan (if you have one in your roof) otherwise you can cut a new spot on top if you have the room.

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                      • #12
                        Good point on the 115 volt plug! Guess it needs a little more research.

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