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Change starter capacitor ac work work

We changed the starter capacitor and now we have no 12 volts to the comfort control center. Ac won't work at all. We have a 2005 36re3 mobile suite witth duro therm ac units.
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  • lilbear60 Aug 03, 2009

    it is a 36ft mobile suite 5th wheel. We have two units neither one works now. We don't have 12 volt dc going to the ac power module board on the front unit, nor do we have 12 volt dc power to the comfort control. we have checked fuse panel and front unit 3 amp fuse. Both fuse are good. There is power at the fuse panel for that curcuit, which is suppose to feed the front ac unit. Check 6 pin conector black and red wires, do not have 12 volt dc.

  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Is this a 36 ft motorhome?

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