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We have a 1986 Terry Taurus triler with an a/c unit that only says "Coelman TSR" on it. No model number.
The numbers that are on the label for the thermostat switch are:
A30 1813 00
P166 24 SA
The knob that controls the heat and the a/c temperature does not appear to be sending an electrical current to the components in the rooftop unit. The fan works on all settings, but we don't get heat or a/c; only ambient air temperature air flow.
A friend tried to give it a freon charge, but that didnt allieviate the problem because the compressor does not appear to be turning on.
The other things listed on the main unit re:
Heater amps 13.2
Fan motor amp 01
Compressor RLA 11.0
Compressor LRA 61.0
Cycle 60 1 phase
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: air conditioner on pop up camper
yeah, it could be getting low on freon but you also could turn up the ac a bit... if your running at 68 degrees or something turn it up to 72 and it wont freeze up as quick.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
There is a fuse located over the heating element in front of the fan. It sits over a small slot above the heating element (probably to cause it to stop working by design). Yes I'm a pessimist. It can be bypassed if it is an emergency by wiring across it. I'm trying to find the replacement fuse now (10amp jet 250v #00575) If you find it please send info to warfalcon23@Gmail.com. I hope we all get our heaters working, for $250 + dollars you'd expect it to last longer than 1 month.
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
NEVER POKE AT ANY PRODUCT on a heating and cooling system it need to be serviced by a trained tech that knows what is going on in the unit, poking around can cause death and at the least a large sum of money if you poke the wrong place
Posted on May 20, 2008
Check at the compressor terminals between the Red and the terminal for the overload protector to see if you are getting power to the compressor on startup.
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
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