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Coleman roof a/c units compressor not coming on

You posted a response on note_worthy@comcast.net but my e-mail address is note-worthy@comcast.net. In response to your questions, the two units are 110 volt. As the model numbers are worn and /or illegible, here is what I come up with: Model # 6753A723 or #67536723 for one and 6799A381.

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  • learningthe Apr 26, 2009

    I have  coleman a/c unit on the roof of my Palamino pop up. When I turn on the a/c unit you can hear the compressor trying to kick in but it does not. It will then start getting hot if I try too long. I'm afraid the compressor may be seized up. Any help I would be grateful.

  • Mark Egan May 11, 2010

    Have you gotten the units charged yet? What was the result?

    Keep me posted on what you find.


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COLEMAN R.V. AIR CONDITIONER SERVICE AND REPAIR QUESTIONS
COLEMAN R.V. PRODUCTS
GO TO
www.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.

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