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Ac problems posted by couuntrygirl on Aug 20, 2008 Report abuse The unit will not cut off when it reaches it temp. in camper. I have replaced the Thermostat, control board, and the compaster on the top. I still have the same problem. It will not cut off with the switch heat off cool you have to use the hi low switch and its all wired right. Very confusing. When you move the temp control handle on the top to a different degree it makes the fan go from high to low it will not cut off. when it reaches like 70 and its set on 70 the fan will go from high to low speed. Please help me.

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    What make & model is the unit ? Did it work properly before?

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Sounds like the switches are in the wrong locations , rotate! Thank- you- very-much!

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