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I have a 15K BTU RV AC and would like to know the Wattage or amperage that it takes to run it. I do not have a manuel

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The information that you want, all of it is on the manufactures tag on the unit.

Posted on May 13, 2010

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WATTAGE VARIES , START UP 3X WHAT RUN IS BUT A 20 AMP CIRCUIT SHOULD HANDLE FINE , CODE RECOMMENDS A LONE CIRCUIT FOR AC UNITS ANYWAY , BUT IF YOU WANT A GUESS AROUND 12 AMPS X 120 VOLTS =1440 WATTS GUESS MANY VARIABLES .

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for 240 volts drawing 4.8 amps the required wattage is 1152
for 120 volts the wattage is 576 watts
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That would work, if for no other reason, to isolate which one may be drawing too much/more amperage. Keep in mind as well, after a breaker trips too many times, it usually will get weak and trip at lower amperage. If all is same, ( wiring from AC units) and units are cleaned regularily and no other internal problems such as weak, bad, capacitors etc, they should both draw same or close to same. If possible that someone has a multimeter with amp draw clamp, that would confirm where trouble is.

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Your choices are another Dometic or a Coleman
I prefer the Coleman But the amount of extra cooling you will get by stepping up to a 15K unit will probability not be worth the added cost

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