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Thermostat does not show temperature and stopped working. but it does turn fan on

No temperature readout, no ac or heat. But fan operates in fan selection but not on automatic

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The heater core was plugged and took 8 flushes to clean it . Would clean it would stop again. Have heat now .
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Yes,it rules it out. The valve leading the water into the heater core is not opening or the door that put the air past or through the heater core is closed. This is general information not specific to your particular model.

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call dometic dealer. I hear they have a bad circuit board that is replaced.

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Sounds like your heater core is mostly stopped up. You need to have your cooling system back flushed and cleaned.

Posted on Sep 12, 2009

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