Alabama Jim
I want to say hello to everyone since I am new to the site.  My wife and I bought a 177 in Alabama and traveled to the Black Hills of South Dakota.  We had a lot of fun and the scenery is wonderful.  We developed a leak in the roof and traveled to the plant in Lagrange, IN.  They were so nice.  Danny Yoder took us on a plant tour and we were impressed with the attention to detail the workers were giving.  I really think they try to build quality into each unit.  They offered to swap trailers.  Then I noticed the 195, which we were not familiar with.  It took about 5 minutes to decide we wanted it.  It was off next door to Cross RV to work out a price and then the factory brought the 195 over and we swapped all our belongings.  We really like the 195.  It is a 2016.  I do have a question; In the heat of humidity of the Southeast the Dometic AC does not cool down the 24 ft. trailer.  I wonder if others have had this problem?  I also fear that Riverside may be using too small of a unit for the size of the trailer.  Let me know if you have any comments. 

Again, Hello to all.
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Alabama Jim
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riversidervowners
Nice picture Jim!   There should be someone on here that can help with the humidity question.

Jon
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V & T
Utilizing a small fan will help move the cool air and helps a lot. Maybe it's the same principle as putting a tiny battery fan in the refrigator to cool better?
Van & Terri
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Retrogirl
Hi
I live in Florida so we have a lot of hot weather. We have a 199Fks 2017 model. Roof A/C. We have no problem. We run our a/c on high and the coolest setting.  It gets so cold we sleep under blanket. We like it that way. We have had no problem with a/c keeping up with the temps and humid weather. We were told over the years by techs to be sure to always run your a/c fans on high or they will freeze up. So down here that is how we dod it.
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