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Old 03-20-2018, 11:53 PM   #15
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One of the air conditioners doesn't work...I'm hoping that might be a fuse!
There is a dedicated circuit breaker, not a fuse, for each a/c in the panel under the bed.

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Tell us this, what service does your motorhome plug into, 30 amp. or 50 amp? If it's 30A you can only use 1 AC at a time
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Those busses that have two a/c units usually have a switch for front or rear when on shore power. When on the Genny you can use both.
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it is 30 amps...

guess I'll check the breaker tomorrow!
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I guess you found the dual switch for selecting front or rear AC?
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HEY EVERYONE, i have a question im wondering your opinions i have some things i want checked out on my motorhome slide not working and levelers either and im wondering should i have someone come out and check it for me or should i take it to a place like camping world. thanks
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The previous owners of our 1997 RexAir kept good records, and we've got all of the factory manuals for it. It might have some of the same systems in common if you're interested. It's also a 30A with front/rear A/C units. It has the Intellitec EMS-2 electric management system (Can see it mounted to the passenger-side wall behind the drawers under the closet) to manage two A/C units on just 30 amps shore power, or the 5000W from the onboard Generac generator. On mine, the A/C units have never automatically shut down when there was insufficient power, and we've never been able to run both, not even on the generator. I've found that there is a current sensor which is in place, but not plugged into the unit, so THAT is probably our problem, and might be part of yours. From reading other forums, I think the previous owners disabled the sensor on purpose so that they could manage the A/C units themselves instead of having them shut off when there was too much shore power load. I've still got to test the resistance on the sensor and double-check the EMS-2 to make sure no other modifications were made to it by the previous owners.
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Air conditioning breakers...

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I guess you found the dual switch for selecting front or rear AC?

I finally got around to looking for the breakers...there is nothing under the bed!!

Any ideas?

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