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Old 09-05-2015, 11:36 AM   #1
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Roof Colemen Unit

94 Am Eagle colmen air and heat unit compressor keeps running after fan stops. It may be the original unit.
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Old 09-06-2015, 10:35 AM   #2
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should be a relay controlled by t-stat, fan Has its own.
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Old 09-06-2015, 10:43 PM   #3
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thanks for the info
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We had a compressor motor stuck on on our previous coach, turned out to be a $5 relay in the control board in the unit itself. Replaced the relay and it worked fine. You should be able to find a replacement board, or if you solder or know someone who does you can replace the relay yourself.
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the unit doesn't have a outside t-stat so it the relay inside the or on top of the rv?
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If you have a 6700, 7000, 8000 or 9000 Series, here is the service manual. I looked at the troubleshooting guide and wiring diagrams, and it looks like there are no relays on a unit with built-in controls. The thermostat control itself may be bad, which would cause the compressor to stay on.

Another good source for service manuals is Bryant RV.

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I will see which unit I have tomorrow .
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I failed to mention that the compress will come on even when the unit is turned off so if I don't use it I will turn off the breaker. even if I turn the dial to heat it may come on.
Strange.
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that helps a lot

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I failed to mention that the compress will come on even when the unit is turned off so if I don't use it I will turn off the breaker. even if I turn the dial to heat it may come on.
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power comes into the selector switch, from there to the thermostat to the compressor. You have a bad selector switch.
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that sounds like it. Now I just have to find one.
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