Question about Dometic 3309518.003 Brisk Air Conditioner Replacement Shroud Polar White
Replacing shroud, ours cracked. Replacement seems too snug for our RV, although it is the right replacement number for the unit. what can we try to do?
Posted by Anonymous on
Install low end of shroud down over band then pivot high end down over band. if still a problem take a strap and tighten around band to hold in.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dometic duo therm a/c for rv
If it's a dometic try ( http://www.dometic.com/enus/Americas/USA/RV-Products/climate/ac-display-page/?productdataid=66932 ) and if it's a coleman/RVP try ( http://www.rvcomfort.com/rvp/products/rooftop/LP_polarMach.php )
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
I have a dometic duo-therm. The unit works great and fan blows strong and both high and low work., but air is coming out of the ceiling unit rather than the duct work. The bedroom unit works OK, but the air is strong out of one duct, and not much comes out of the others. The front unit only has air coming out on the A/C unit and none out of the ducts.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
I just replaced my two 620315.321 shrouds with the newer style without any problems. I went to the Camping World site (and called them) with model no. and they knew what to send me. I also found that they had the best price at $79.00 (member price) with free shipping.
I didnt check your shroud part no.s, but think you will be ok if you do as I did.
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Posted on May 05, 2009
You need to borrow a clamp on style amp gauge, and check amp draw on black wire in box where hydro wires connect. (PLEASE, be careful, and if not experienced in this type of test, don't try it, due to likelihood of getting a shock. ) If it's the compressor kicking in that's causing the breaker to trip, and capacitor is good, then it's usually a problem with either low incoming (supply) 110-120 AC voltage, which will cause high amperage draw, or compressor on it's way out causing high amp draw. If it's only drawing 15-18 amps, and your tripping a 20 amp breaker, then breaker is getting weak.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
Is it a ducted system? If yes, check that there isn't gaps between the divider that separates return air at the front, with forced(cold) air. You can usually use a flashlight and look for gaps, or even (very carefully) feel it blowing cold into the warm air return. If you find some gaps, buy some foil tape, and tape them off good and retry and see if it still happens. Some older units experienced cracks in drip trays that allowed condensation to drip inside as well. Get back to me with year of your RV, and whether it's ducted or non-ducted system, and perhaps I can guide you better on what to look for.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
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