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My dometic ac model 57915.531 suddenly developed

My dometic ac model 57915.531 suddenly developed a vibration and unit turns on and off continuosly. seems like two different issues to me but what do you guys think?? And what possible causes. I tightened all mounting bolts on the unit already to no avail.

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  • Bill stieberitz Aug 02, 2010

    I found a mud wasp nest on the rear of the fan prior to your response, vibration is gone(oh suprise!!) As far as unit turning on and off continuosly,the entire unit shuts down and comes right back on several times but not all the time. It will run for a while normally and then starts to go on and off. I found the nest when I was on cape cod just before I left for home so I do not know if the on/off situation still exists. Is it possible that the excessive vibration caused the unit to act that way?? I will try to run it off my home power for a while and see what happens. My only concern is that I only have 10 and 20 amp circuit breakers on my power board in the house. Are they sufficient to run the unit without causing damage??

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The 20 amp will be sufficient, you'll just need an adapter to match to your plug.

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  • Bill stieberitz Aug 04, 2010

    I ran the unit for an hour or so and it did not go on and off as before. Probably fine until I take it back to the cape in a few weeks. Thanks for the input

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