We have a Thor Hurricane 31s which has a 30 amp with 1 air conditioner. When the temperature gets up to 95 degrees outside it cannot keep up. I would either put a air conditioner in the wall with a plug outside of the RV to plug into the electric pedestal. Or a air conditioner that is portable.
Does anybody have any advice on this?
Here's my $.02 fwiw, I am in the same situation, a 32' 30 amp coach w/ 1 ducted 15K btu a/c. What I've done. 1. Did the plenum fix which directs the cold air directly into the ducts and increases the velocity of the air coming from the ceiling vents. 2. Made exterior window covers for the windshield, pass. & drvr., and rear window from reflectix. 3. I have two portable tornado fans which I can use if it's exceptionally hot outside. 4. I never, ever, nein, nix, nada, nyet, non, park with the coach oriented West and try to park in the shade ( the afternoon sun is especially hard on your a/c's capacity to keep up). 5. I installed a soft start capacitor so I can continuously run the a/c while using the microwave, toaster, coffee maker, etc. ( shutting the air down to run a separate appliance for even a short while requires it to start again from way behind). So far there has been such a difference I've shelved the plans to install a separately power sourced mini split on the rear wall.
I'm one of those Churchill was talking about when he said "You can always count on the Americans to do the right thing,.....after they've tried everything else".