Question about Dometic Rooftop RV Air Conditioner
Shut off Any AC power (hydro) to it, remove ceiling assy (inside part) and you'll see 4 bolts going up through lower assy, and into base of upper assy (roof unit) . Remove those 4 bolts and any wiring harness connected from lower to upper unit. Lift it off. If your just replacing the upper assy, leave hydro wires hooked up to lower assy , and let it hang, while you clean surface on roof for new install. Re-install 4 bolts and tighten equally until gasket is approx 1/2 thickness it was before tightening. Re-install wiring harness plug in to lower unit etc. If not replacing, but removing entire assy (upper and lower) be sure to Marette and tape hydro wires as well as any 12 volt wires, and tuck away safely. Install a vent on current opening , or whatever you choose.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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