Question about Heating & Cooling
This could be one of numerous things,best thing to do is just have it checked out again and this time have them right down what all they do for future reference.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
Simply disconnect the AC from power and plug it back. If you have a 30 amp fuse on AC you may remove and put the fuse back.
If that does not work:
Check if there is a relay for the AC, in that case you may need to replace relay.
Ensure that the battery is fully charged, and th, at the inverter is working fine. The camper air conditioner (on US model) requires 120 volts +/- 10% to operate correctly.
There are also two capacitors located on top of the compressor, run capacitor and start capacitor, if one of them has blown the unit will not start. Be careful handling the capacitors, they can release heavy discharges even when unit is not connected to power.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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