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Duo Therm AC Not Cooling

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My problem is the opposite... the fan motor is fine, the compressor isn't kicking on the front AC in our RV. I've tried the breaker; waiting a good bit for it to come on, though it was nearly instantaneous prior to yesterday.

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Most likely a thermostat problem most rooftop air units fan will blow cont. and compressor cycles

Posted on Aug 29, 2009

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