Air conditioner issues
We moved our 2015 Cedar Creek to an RV resort Friday and did basic set up of leveling, hook up, slides and turned on air conditioners. Yesterday we were there for a bit and the AC was working fine. Went out there this morning and the ACs were cooling nicely. We left for a little while and when we went back the RV was 80 inside.
The bedroom unit was running but not blowing. The rear living room unit wasn't running at all.
Thinking they may have froze up. We turned the units off for a while including the circuit breakers. My husband talked to his friend who is a certified RV tech who said shut them down, cut power to the unit, pull thermostat panel off and remove glass fuse for a minute then put it all back together in reverse order. We did everything but couldn't find a glass fuse in the thermostat. So none of those steps have seemed to work and the ACs are in the same state.
What do we do now short of taking it to the shop?
How do two AC units go out at the same time? They've been working great until today.
Please help! We are in the process of moving out of our house and are supposed to start full timing on the 15th! We will be totally screwed if it takes the shop more than a week or so to fix the ACs.
We've got Good Sam's extended warranty so we would have to have it fixed at Camping World I assume but we bought it gently used from another dealer here in town and its past the 30 warranty with them.
What do we do?
2015 Cedar Creek 38CK
2015 Silverado 3500HD Diesel Dually