Question about Coleman Mach III Air Conditioner
In 87 Bounder - when plug in 30 Amp they run for 10 mins then throw the main breaker. Air is cold when running and you can keep resetting the breaker and it runs again.
Unit has been in storage for three years in AZ
The control box where the breakers are does get very hot to the touch.
I plugged the unit into our house 20 amp when first bought it and they ran for couple of hours before throwing the breaker. When I ask the service man that checked the rv out he stated that was because I had it plugged into a 20 amp breaker ?
Not sure what type of service shop to take it too. We are currently at a campsite - first time we have used the rv - and of course in MEM so hot and humid.
Appreciate any info
The 30amp breaker is bad but when running on a 20 which is good its not enough of amps to support thats why it ran for 2hours before it ..so try changing that breaker to a new one
Posted on May 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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