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Duo-therm quick cool

Unit turns on runs cool, when it reachs temp compresssor shuts off fan keeps running changes pitch and throws the breaker.

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  • txtruckertx1 Jun 28, 2008

    may there have been a problem with the camp grounds power supply or the reseptical

  • txtruckertx1 Jun 28, 2008

    may there have been a problem with the camp grounds power supply or the reseptical

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Your compressor is trying to restart after it shuts off which is causing a power draw down changing the sound of the fan speed change. Check voltage power supply and insure that the power supply cord is heavy enough to carry the necessary load.

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  • James Helmer
    James Helmer Jun 28, 2008

    Glad we could be of some assistance.

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