Question about Dometic Rooftop RV Air Conditioner
When I replace roof gasket on my rv air conditioner, is there a set amount of torque when tightening mounting bolts?
Try not to compress gasket past 1/2 it's original thickness. Most of the factory ones have tabs that stick down, and supposedly when they touch the roof, it's far enough, which is about same as 1/2. I use my cordless with the torque setting on it, at about 2-3 until I see how far that draws down, then increase/decrease as needed from there.Once i feel it's 1/2 way, I torque all at same setting on drill to make sure all equal.
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
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