Question about Coleman Mach III Air Conditioner
It is likely the capacitor is faulty, when they go they usually heat up and burn hence the bad smell. If your unable to test the capacitor you can try replacing it with new. The capacitor at the compressor should state its value in micro farrads and a rating in voltage.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Sounds to me that the compressor start capacitor is the first thing I would check. You will need to get on the top of your camper and remove the outer cover. The capacitor is the part that stores up enough energy to kick start the compressor when it starts. Sometimes a capacitor will swell if bad, but not always. Mark your wiring before removal and have someone test the capacitor to see if it needs replaced. I will be here should you have any questions. If helpful please rate this solution, Thanks Sea Breeze
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