Question about Coleman Heating & Cooling
Have a 1993 wilderness travel trailer with a coleman a/c unit. The compressor will not kick on. Checked out thermostat. Did not have 12volts on legs to thermostat with just the fan running, but could make it kick on by touching both legs at the same time and getting twelve volts at the control board in the ceiling. If the overload switch on the compressor is bad, would the compressor still work by doing this? Or would this just be a bad thermostat.
If the thermal limiter was blown the compressor would not run, if you jumper the compressor leads at the T-stat does the compressor run? if so the thermostat is the problem, but it is more likely the problem lies in the control board at the compressor itself, but try the T-stat 1st and keep your fingers crossed that is the problem.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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