My spouse and I have been traveling across the country.
For the past multiple weeks both of us have been living in the desert.
The weather is legitimately moderate and it has been windy on several of the afternoons. Both of us have used the A/C unit far more frequently than both of us ever have in the past, then just a handful of afternoons ago, our spouse and I woke up and the temperature inside of our RV was 82°. The A/C unit was running, but I could not think any frigid air coming out of the vent. I tried to problemshoot the system, but I could not figure out why the A/C unit was not working properly. I did not want to wait around all afternoon until I called a professional, so I decided to call someone as soon as I knew both of us had a problem. I had to call a supplier that specializes in A/C device in RVs. Thankfully, the price was really cheaper than the professional HVAC supplier was going to charge. A single guy in a labor truck came right to our spot to look at the A/C unit. The guy was a young professional and he was legitimately friendly and helpfulâ€¦ He told me that the desert dust caused a blockage in the AC. He did not seem to think that it was an untypical problem. In fact, he gave me a few suggestions on ways to chop down on the dust. He cleaned and tested the A/C unit. He gave me his card and told us to call again if both of us needed any other help with our RV or vehicle.