Question about Dometic Rooftop RV Air Conditioner
Yes, not good for compressor to stay on after being shut off, and hitting the breaker to stop it is a good idea. Sounds like you have a faulty/sticky relay. Not an expensive part, and shouldn't take any longer than 1/2 hr to change. Have a technician, or electrician look at it and give them a model number of unit so they can make sure they have a relay with them when they come. That way, another trip back, as well as a service charge will be eliminated. You have capacitors in the same area, that are very dangerous to work around if not experienced, so make sure the person is experienced, to avoid shock from 250-370 volts stored in those capacitors.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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