Question about Dometic Rooftop RV Air Conditioner
Could be possible, but normally when a capacitor goes, the compressor will try to kick in momentarily, then back out and when it does, it will draw a lot of current, and likely trip the breaker, or at least draw current down, and make lights in trailer dim momentarily as well. Can you hear a "click" (relay makes that sound) when you go from fan only, to cool on that AC unit ? It almost sounds like a faulty relay, if no current draw when switched to cool. I don't suppose you have a multimeter of any kind?
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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