Question about Coleman Mach 15 Air Conditioner
If, I assume it's been running fine up until now. I would first suggest checking the electrical connections to make sure none of them are loose. Be sure to check the breakers connection to the bus in the panel this is a common problem with most brands of breakers. A loose connection can cause the unit to pull more amps causing the breaker to over heat and trip. The next possibility is a bad motor run capaicitor which would cause the unit again to drawn to much current and cause the breaker to trip. Finally I would check the compressor to be sure it's not low on oil causing the motor to work to hard and once more cause the breaker to trip.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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