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Summer is here! It's that time of year to check out national parks or other fantastic sites you have been eyeing.
It's also that time of year that's, well, hot! Especially for those traveling in the southern states or desert regions.
But even typically cool places can have hot days.
Sure, an RV A/C should keep you cool wherever you go. But what if it breaks?! You will find yourself sweaty, hot, and downright miserable!
Unless, of course, you know how to stay cool without it.
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An RV Lifestyle Member Asked…
Recently, RV Lifestyle member, Ashley, asked our group for their help regarding their dysfunctional AC. Our members replied with many helpful suggestions that may help you if you find that your AC is not operating how it should.