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Need to know what fan motor is used in the model 8333c876. ac apparently has a bad fan motor

Breaker trips inside rv. not using generator. also plugged into 50 amp service

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SOURCE: Need fan motor part # for Coleman RV AC mod # 8534B876 2 speed

The Motor that you are looking for is part #14683109. This is the coleman part number and you should be able to contact your local RV Repair facility and give them this number and get the motor. Hope this helped.

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On average, a rooftop unit with pull 14 to 16 amps depending on the ambient temperature. I am not sure how big your microwave is but we will assume 1000W. The TV really doesn't pull that much. So, you have 16 amps at the Air Conditioner, 8.5 Amps at the Microwave and we will say 5 amps at the TV. Lets not forgot the converter for the coach which pulls 3 to 5 amps on average. Add all of these amps together and you have 34.5 on the high end. To get the size Wattage of generator needed to run 34.5 amps, you take 34.5 and multiple it by the electricity source, in your case 120V. That means that you have 4,140 Watts of power to be used max. I think that with a 4000 watt generator, you will be fine. You may be able to go a little bit smaller if your microwave is not that large. To find the amps of the microwave that you have, take the wattage and divide it by 120. That will give the average amps that it pulls while running.

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SOURCE: A/C runs for 10 min then throws breaker

the 30amp breaker is bad but when running on a 20 which is good its not enough of amps to support thats why it ran for 2hours before it ..so try changing that breaker to a new one

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