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Old 04-20-2013, 01:07 PM   #1
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Air Conditioning Problem

Have a 2010 Revolution, set auto temperature control for air conditioning the temperature inside the coach is below set temp but unit 1 and 2 continue to run. Turned off both zones fine but when I turn back on auto they start running again. Any ideas of what the problem might be?
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It sounds like maybe you have the fans set to on or run, rather than auto in the mode setting. Just a thought!
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Check where your remote sensors are located. If they are near a window or some place that stays hot, your A/C will run forever. We have one like that and fixed the problem by running a small fan pointed at the sensor.
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Old 04-20-2013, 08:43 PM   #4
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Check where your remote sensors are located. If they are near a window or some place that stays hot, your A/C will run forever. We have one like that and fixed the problem by running a small fan pointed at the sensor.
Good idea about the fan, never thought of that. One of my sensors is near the front windshield under the TV. Thanks for the information!
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Check where your remote sensors are located. If they are near a window or some place that stays hot, your A/C will run forever. We have one like that and fixed the problem by running a small fan pointed at the sensor.
I have a 40X with the same problem depending on when the sun hits the drivers side. Without the awnings down the hall heats up (where the sensor is) and keeps the front a/c on. The only easy cure is a fan from the bedroom or put the awning down.
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