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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would recommend you take this unit to an RV service center. The issue could be due to many variables. It could be something as simple as the controller board relay or a low freon level. You may also be able to call a regular home heating and airconditioning shop to take a look at the unit. Keep me posted and if you found this solution helpful please rate it when you get a chance. Good Luck - Tech101
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
1. Make sure the pump is getting plenty of water.
2. Make sure the pump is working.
3. Check the pvc pipe with drip holes are not plug. (above the pads )
4. Check the pads directional arrow that should be facing up. When pads are initially installed you can see arrows on the pads. The arrows should be in the up direction. That will allow the pads to get saturated more efficiently.
I hope these steps help you.
Posted on May 08, 2009
SOURCE: This is a heating and
You have a bad board or bad switch. I would say board. You can have service tech check this out. There is only so far you can go without knowledge of Controls ad electricity. Russ
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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