I have a 2002 winnebago diesel pusher/The AC unit is called basement air and I can't find the owners manual for the unit
I would like to know where I can find a schematic for it on line the unit is called a coleman Mach central sytem model # 6535A871
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If it is a normal AC for RV then I would suggest something over 4000 watts, the AC's have a very high start amps.
You would really need to know how many amps the unit draws or is rated to draw when looking for a generator. Too small of a generator and it won't work, plus you could damage the generator and the AC unit. I would call an RV store and ask them as that is something simple for them to answer.
Since most campers are manufactured on a limited basis, the manufacturer normally doesn't publish the normaly owners manuals. Most of the time they give you some owners manuals for the components like the AC, stove, refrigerator, etc. but nothing that ties it all together for you.
I have a 1984 Holiday Rambler motor home that I have filled two binders with information on my unit and still don't have it all. How did I do it, by downloading manuals on individual components; copying manual from other owners when we see one; even writing owners that have similar units for sell on ebay. So although what I am telling you is not good news, I think you will find it is accurate and quite common.
Your evaporator is probably dirty and is blocking some of the air flow so the air has to move around the coil and starts coming in through the condensate drain holes. That stops the condensation (water) from draining out the holes because the air is pushing it back in.Try having the unit cleaned and that should stop that leaking.
make sure the filter is clean. make sure the evap is clean. sounds that you may have a defective t-stat or unit is under charged if filter and evap are clean. or you can run a freeze stat or a higher fan speed hope this helps you
It's most likely an airflow problem, you say you had the vents closed? Icing up is normally caused by lack of load (air flow) or loss of refrigerant charge. Make sure all your vents are open to allow for as much airflow as possible and that your filter is clean. Some units do not work well on low airflow setting when the outdoor temps cool down at night.
COLEMAN R.V. PRODUCTS
GO TO rvcomfort.com
Click on RVP (RV PRODUCTS)
Click on type of AC, if you can’t find the information you want there,
then click on contact us on the Green Bar.
You can get Service Support or Email address and Phone numbers.