Adco RV Air Conditioner Cover Review

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Review of the Adco RV Air Conditioner Cover

What's up everybody , it's AJ with Today we're going to be checking out this Adco AC cover. It's going to keep it nice and covered up when you're not using a camper, whether it's over a couple of weeks or just the one week before you go on vacation that weekend, you want to cover it up that way no leaves or anything, get in the vents and later on cause issues, because you're gonna want to use the AC when you need it. So you want to keep it nice and covered up. Let's check it out. When getting the right cover, you want to make sure it's going to fit your AC unit.

This one is going to fit a bunch of different models, such as the Coleman Mach TSR models. So if you have one of those, you already know what's going to fit, but if you're unsure, you can also always check the dimensions on your AC unit. And those dimensions are going to be 43-3/4 inches long, 29 inches wide and in 14 inches tall. And then for a further adjustability, if it is a little baggy on your AC unit like this one kind of is you also have the draw string here. You can just push this in and tighten it up.

Just a little bit better, that way it holds the bottom way better. Looking closer at the cover. The top part is going to be reinforced vinyl. So it's going to hold up to those UV rays and elements that are raining down on there. And on the inside, they have almost like a felt like material and that way it's nice and soft and you don't have to worry about it scratching or damaging your AC unit on the inside.

Now let's just go head and install it. You can easily just kind of throw it over the AC unit. And kind of go back and forth on each side to adjust it. You want the full string and be on the backside. You're looking at it, can throw that on top get the front lined up over here pull it over on this side and then I'll do the same on the other side.

Come back over here, pull it out and over. I might have to go back on the other side just to adjust that last corner, but it actually being oversized makes it a little bit easier to put the cover on since it's not super tight to there, I'm not stretching it over anything that goes on there. And I remember we can go to the backside and we're done and tying it up, but it also goes up under the AC unit too. So to add that protection here and all the way down here we'll do that drill string get that nice and tight, and see it tight under the bottom. And you're done. It's really that easy to get it installed. And it's kind of one of the things that's no brainer. Of course I want to protect my AC unit when I'm not using it. That way, it's going to work when I need it to. Well, thanks for hanging out. And I hope this helped..

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