Question about Dometic Heating & Cooling
My dometic ducted RV AC compressor will ocasionally cycle on immediatley after the compressor cycles off, not allowing head pressures to come down, and causing my generator to overload and the circuit breaker to trip. This also happens when I'm plugged in to 30a power, but the thermal overload will kick in and allow the pressure to come down before compressor re-start. I've replaced the thermostat, compressor, and circuit board with no solution to the problem. Can a time delay relay be installed keep the compressor from re-starting for lets say 45 seconds. If so can you recommend a part # and supplier?
If the compressor is run off of a relay then you could install a delay timer to prevent short cycling.
Posted on Jun 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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