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Old 07-06-2012, 09:35 AM   #1
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Bedroom A/C not working

Need your help, please. We're in a campground in Millen, GA. There was a thunderstorm & hailstorm last night. The power went off..came on briefly...went off again. We then turned both A/C's off until the power came back for good. At this point, only the living room A/C works..no bedroom A/C. We turned the breakers off hoping to reset everything, but didn't work.
Any ideas? We do have a surge guard.
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Old 07-06-2012, 09:44 AM   #2
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I take it that rear A/C is on a t-stat or does it have controls in the ceiling.
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It has a t-stat.
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Are your AC's Dometic Duo Therm or ?? On your common Thermostat do you have Zone 1 and Zone 2? Which Zone is your rear AC in? Does it show up on the Thermostat? Rook
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Are your AC's Dometic Duo Therm or ?? On your common Thermostat do you have Zone 1 and Zone 2? Which Zone is your rear AC in? Does it show up on the Thermostat? Rook
We have 2 separate t-stats.
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Are the T-stats identical? If yes, have you tried swapping them in case the rear one is Kapoot? Rook
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Problem solved. We found a separate breaker that was tripped. This is the first day of our first long trip (2 months). I think we're in panic mode.
Thanks for the prompt replies.
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