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Old 12-30-2006, 05:44 AM   #1
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I am helping a friend to repair his Duo Therm roof air and need the wireing diagram for a 13,500 duo therm Quick Cool. The capacitors have leaked and can not read the diagram on the unit. If you know of a link that I can find information on duo therm air conditioners please post a reply. Dick
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I am helping a friend to repair his Duo Therm roof air and need the wireing diagram for a 13,500 duo therm Quick Cool. The capacitors have leaked and can not read the diagram on the unit. If you know of a link that I can find information on duo therm air conditioners please post a reply. Dick
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Do a Google "duotherm" lists every product.
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Here is a link to the Dometic website for Duo Therm.

See which model applies and then go to the manuals near the top of the page. Hope this helps. If the unit is not here contact them and they will send you a manual for the unit.

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The capacitors in question are probaby the start cap for the compressor. There should be the ratings on the capacitor itself. I would recommend you replace the motor starter that is on the capacitor also. This is a usual ocurance on these units. If you still need a schematic and cannot find one, let me know and I should have a pdf file of it and can send it to you. Good luck and be safe.
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A Big thanks to all i found what I needed on the Dometic web site I have never failed to get the informatin I need here at IRV2, you people are the best.
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