Question about Dometic Rooftop RV Air Conditioner
Hi, if a storm knocked the power out, I don't believe it caused damage to the unit. If you are sure the breaker is fully re-set and you have power to your a/c, go to the condenser on the roof. You will have a disconnect box which should contain 2-fuses. These fuses may have blown causing your problem. Please replace both of them as one. This will restore power back to your a/c and be back in business. If this is not the problem, please contact me and we can go from there to get this solved. Please keep me in mind when rating me, please be kind as I am sure you will. I wish you the best. Keep me posted PLEASE!!
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Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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