|Item Weight||74 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||29.2 x 27.2 x 12.7 inches|
|Item model number||B59516.XX1C0|
|Manufacturer Part Number||B59516.XX1C0|
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Dometic B59516.XX1C0 Brisk II Polar White Air Conditioner (15,000 BTU 410A)
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- Nominal capacity,15000 BTU/Hour; Installation type: ducted or non ducted
- High-performance motor and fan
- Electrical rating- 115V AC, 60 Hz, 1 Phase
- Easy installation and maintenance
- 2 Year Protection Plus Warranty
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|Item Dimensions||29.18 x 27.23 x 12.7 in||42 x 28 x 16 in||14 x 7.5 x 0.25 in||14 x 8 x 0.5 in||29 x 40 x 9.5 in||5 x 5 x 5 in|
|Item Weight||74 lbs||90 lbs||—||4.8 ounces||99 lbs||10.01 lbs|
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The Dometic Brisk II - the stronger, lighter, smaller and more environmentally friendly RV air conditioner. The Brisk II uses its smart design, tighter specification allowances and improved materials to maximize air flow and performance. This RV A/C unit offers a 15% air flow increase and is 19% lighter than previous models, making it the smallest rooftop air conditioning unit available. This unit fits standard 14 x 14 Air Vents. Center discharge air delivery for increased airflow and improved cooling capacity. Offers a stronger, more stable base pan and a more rigid shroud for improved durability. This unit is compatible with a Dometic Universal Air distribution box (ADB), Dometic Return Air Grill, and Dometic Single Zone LCD thermostat or Dometic Comfort Control Center II thermostat-all sold separately. (Not included with this unit). (ADB or Thermostat is required) Please note if replacing an AC on a Newmar please call Dometic (800-544-4881) before purchasing for further information. Brisk II is available with white or black shroud. The unit is Polar White.
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Dometic Brisk II
More Structure, less weight
Cooler, Stronger, Quieter, Lighter. The Brisk II puts it all together for an all-new, best-in-class RV A/C, starting with 15 percent increased air flow and improved cooling capacity.
- Dometic's 2-Year Protection Plus Warranty
A Revolution in RV A/C Technology
Dometic engineers have spent two years completely redesigning and re-engineering one of the most popular and most imitated RV air conditioners.
- Reengineered Where It Matters
- Hi-tech Materials
- Durable Design
- All-New Base Pan
|BRISK II Polar White||BRISK II Black|
|Electrical Rating 115V AC, 60 Hz, 1Ph||✓||✓|
|Installation: Non-Ducted or Ducted||✓||✓|
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This turned out to be super easy, so easy in fact, that I believe anyone can do it. The hardest part was getting it on top of the RV. After that it was simple.
This item does not come with instructions, so I looked at a few blogs and articles as well as some YouTube videos before starting. Here is the basic breakdown of what you need to know if you are going to do the same thing.
First off, the only tools needed are a Philips head screw driver and a 3/8" socket or wrench. You may need a flat head screw driver as well, but having done two in a day, I didn't.
Secondly, the only thing this comes with is the roof top unit and the gasket. That's it. So if this is a new install, you will need the electrical connection kit and the ceiling kit of your choice.
Back to what I had to do. First thing is to remove the filter/ceiling unit cover using a screwdriver. Once the cover is off, you will see the ceiling template (metal bracket that holds the whole thing in place) as well as the electrical connection box. Make sure the power is off before moving on...got it, ok. Ok the outside of the box is a white plug with six wires...simply squeeze the sides and pull off...its that easy. Now, you should see two black wires going up into the a/c on the return side (filtered side), reach up and carefully pull out the freeze control sensor off of the evaporator coils (looks like a radiator). Make note of where it was placed as you will place it in the same spot on the new one.
The next step requires the 3/8" socket/ratchet. There are four bolts that hold the unit in place along the outer edges of this metal frame. Loosen them all up and remove them. At this point the metal frame will want to hang on all the wires. I just let it hang personally, lowering it slow enough so as not to damage anything.
At this point you can go up too and remove the a/c unit. It might stick to the roof as it's probably been there a while, but it's no longer connected. Be careful, the a/c unit is 80-85 pounds which while not outrageously heavy, due to its shape and size is awkward and can cause a back injury.
So now I'll skip ahead and assume you've moved the old unit out of the way and have the new one on the roof. Before moving the new unit completely into position I would first make sure to clean the area the old unit was in. Also do not drag it around and slide it too much as you could damage the gasket. Try to move it as close as you can to the right position, with the gasket being an not a 1" thick I was able to look underneath and get pretty close just by seeing the line of the old a/c gasket on the roof. Once your satisfied, go back down below.
Looking up into the hole you want to see that the unit is centered pretty well. From down here you can actually reach up and push/slide it around a little to get it just right, making sure that the gasket will seal all around. Once you're satisfied with its placement, now comes the easy part. Grab those 4 long bolts and your 3/8" socket again and put the ceiling template back in place. Tighten them in a cross pattern a little at a time, the manual (I found it online) says to tighten to 40-50 inch pounds (not ft pounds). This means 3-4 ft lbs which you probably don't have a torque wrench that will work at that low a value. Let's just say it's not super tight. You can crush your roof as well as bind the unit if you over tighten. I will say that the 1" gasket will compress down to between 1/2-3/4" when tightened properly (if you do get any leaks you can tighten a little more, but if you over tighten you won't be able to and you will have big issues).
Moving on. Once the a/c is as tight as it needs to be, place the freeze control sensor on to the new unit's coils, reach inside the new unit and pull out the power plug and plug it into the electrical box.
At this point I would turn power back on to test the unit. If you turn it on and everything sounds right you're good to go, simply reattach the ceiling unit/filter housing and relax. Congratulate yourself on a job well done!
To get it on the roof of the RV I made a lightweight ramp and sled out of material I had lying around. It wasn't anything special or heavy duty. I screwed the whole thing together in about 30 minutes, making it up as I went along. When I was finished with it I disassembled the ramp and recovered the material.
Installation was very simple and the unit was installed in my old bedroom vent/skylight in about 2 hours. It took me about another 3 hours to run the wiring as my coach was not wired for a second unit. After running this a/c I am thinking there may be something wrong with my other coleman mach unit as it does not blow anywhere as cold. The unit is a little noisy but the cold air is well worth the noise.
I did have an issue with the unit short cycling and would only cool the room down to about 69 degrees before the compressor would kick off even at the coldest setting. i did some research and found there is a thermostat adjustment screw in the housing where the temperature control nobs are located. after opening the box and adjusting the screw a few rotations the a/c works like a dream. It will get my camper down to the hanging meat category.
Everyone in my crew are happy campers now and this is by far the best upgrade i made to the camper for summer camping.
And if you are slightly mechanically inclined, and your camper is pre-wired and set up for an AC, I'd say go for it took my wife and I about 2-3 hours, and the hardest part was still simple, had to cut a small hole in the lower unit for the wiring.....
We bought the optional heater and it keeps us warm in 55 degree weather but anything colder and you will not be warm.