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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 coleman mach
It is possible that the compressor has completley failed and is shorted to ground. The way you check is to access the compressor terminals where the wires hook up. After noting the location of each wire, remove the wires from the compressor terminals. Get a piece of sandpaper and shine up a small area on on of the copper pipes coming out of the compressor. Use an ohmmeter and check for continuity between each one of the compressor terminals and the copper pipe. If you have ANY continuity from any terminal(s) to the pipe, the compressor is dead and will require replacement. If not then check all of the wiring to and from the compressor looking for any possible shorts to ground (wire chafing, cuts, etc.) After that, check the run capacitor for the compressor. If the capacitor is failed, it will cause the compressor to draw locked rotor amps. Generally speaking, the quick way to tell if it is a capacitor or a short is to listen to the unit. If it trys to start for a couple of seconds and the pops the fuse, either it is the capacitor or the compressor is seized up. If it trips the very instant that it trys to come on, it is a short.
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
Hello. This is not too difficult but you do need tools.
You must remove one tire at a time to get to the wheel bearings which slide out. Then you clean off the old grease with a rag and regrease the bearing before you insert it back.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
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Make and model of unit should be on base of roof assy, please reply with that so we can be sure we have right wiring info for you. Although they are pretty common, let's be sure.
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
SOURCE: I need a owners manual
It appears that this particular owner's manual is not available online, unless this one is your model (this Rockwell manual is unmarked).
I am sure that Forest River Accessories would be happy to send you a replacement manual. I would suggest contacting them through the form on their official website: http://www.forestriveraccessories.com/t-contact.aspx
Posted on Aug 01, 2011
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