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I just need to find a supplier for a replacement compressor for the duo therm unit on my RV. Any ideas?

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Not sure you can buy a compressor separate, but you can try any RV dealer. My guess is that a complete upper unit (roof) is going to be the way to go, and in the long run cheaper. By the time you pay parts and labor, you can get an entire upper unit, with warranty, and 1 hr max. to install it.

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