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Unit puts out cool air but it is not COLD and does not cool the unit. It constantly cycles on and off despite the fact that the unit never cools the RV to what the thermostat is set. The Bed Room unit is identical. However, it seems to work fine.

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Check inside and outside coils for cleaning with coil cleaner spray
Check capacitor(remove and take to appliance parts dealer. They will checkit)
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