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Old 06-05-2016, 12:09 PM   #1
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A/C problems

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Did the recharge..........

rolling west at 60 MPH


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Old 06-07-2016, 07:44 PM   #2
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east of Oklahoma City looking for an good honest repair shop.
Did the recharge..........

rolling west at 60 MPH

Depends on the year of coach. Best easy fix is to tape over the outside air intake on your heater/ac box. The boxes on some are plastic so crack and the door won't close completely when running the ac so allows hot engine air to enter the system and negating the evaporator coil. SC frigette made a lot of these units and getting a replacement box can be very pricey. Like $2k incl labor. I had to use aluminum tape and spray foam to cover mine after I removed and taped over the air intake door. Forces the intake air to come from inside the coach, so cools faster. Also I have tried and use this product, seems to work better in my RV. Dash air runs about 42 when ambient is 75 dash air 48 when ambient is 98 as I remember. do my own ac.

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