Question about Heating & Cooling
Water is leaking into the interior roof structure. Is there a drain or how do I correct.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
well dose it eventually shut off? most ac unites will run for while after the compressor turn off this is not anything unusual. but is it cooling the RV down? and dose it have Thermostat and is it the right place not hot or cold
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
Remove all covers and look down with them removed and see if the coil drain pan has a stopped up exit where the water drains out and into the rear of the AC unit.
If the unit is off level it could cause a draining problem too.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
Could be low. First check air filter, air flow, and evap coil to see if it has restricted airflow. If all seems well, its probably low. The specs will tell you what type and how much refigerant. To access system, you will need a gauge/manifold set, refrigerant, and a piercing or line tap valve for the low pressure side of the system. Of course, first, you need to locate and repair the refrigerant leak.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
Hi; How old is the unit. Sometimes the condensing coils get clogged and need to be cleaned. Or the compressor is not in operation due to an electrical problem or the compressor is out due to a safety feature called a thermal overload. This protects the compressor from failure to a high heat or pressure situation. Alot of consumers run to the need freon theory before checking a few other things. Take Your time and be carefull .I You do not feel confident in Your trobbleshooting skills call a qualified tech...alpharome416...P.S. If You are going to take on this complex task please remove power before doing anything like removing covers or electrical panels!!!
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
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