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Dash ac has a fitting that broke off so it does not keep coolant . how do i find replacement parts?

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Many cases the entire line will need to be replaced. Our government has decided to regulate everything so a licensed AC tech with a recovery system and vacuum system will need to service the AC system for you. The local auto parts store should be able to obtain the proper part for you. You will need to know the year, make of the chassis/engine and engine size.

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120-
VOLT
AC
SYSTEM
The following electrical components (if so equipped) will only operate when your
RV is connected to shore power: 120 to
12-volt power converter, air conditioner,
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SECTION 6 - ELECTRICAL SYSTEM JAYCO TOWABLE
6-2
120-
VOLT
CIRCUIT
BREAKERS
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side the main load center protect all
120-volt wiring and components in the RV fr
om circuit overloads and short circuits.
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