Question about Dometic Rooftop RV Air Conditioner
If unit hasn't been running for a while, shut power off to it, and go up on roof and take a long stick or similar, and try to feed it through air slots in cover at back and try to spin the fan enough to rotate it 3 or 4 times. Then have someone turn power back on (with stick out of there obviously) and try turning on fan mode only to see if fan will now come on. If it does, run it for a few minutes then try cool again.
Sometimes they get a dead spot from not being used for a while, and this will get it going again. If you have trouble rotating it, remove cover and spin by hand well, but make sure power is off, then try it again. If unit was running recently, have capacitor checked first, then fan. Capacitors can give off a very dangerous shock due to high voltage stored in them, so don't try it yourself if not familiar with capacitors.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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