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The RV i'm working on has 2 roof units,both start to cool then comp cuts off , there is 1 thermostat with dual zones,its on a 2006 motor home,it dorsn't seem like both would be bad

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Can you get 1 to run good at a time, or does same happen when 1 only is run? Some RV's have an energy management system incorporated, that cuts power back to certain appliances when necessary. There were/are some units (RV's) that needed to be plugged in as well as generator running in order to run 2 AC units at same time. Let me know.

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