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Old 05-05-2017, 08:54 AM   #15
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A couple years ago we had ours serviced. It can be dropped right down from where it resides and serviced by any AC tech. fifteen years old and it still works OK.


I was just on Airxcel site and there is a Tech very close to me gonna give him a call , thank you
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I was just on Airxcel site and there is a Tech very close to me gonna give him a call , thank you
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Old 05-05-2017, 01:03 PM   #17
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Hi Anthony, any advice on where to buy the control board. My 05' Itasca Basement AC Control board is shot also. i had to have the Tech jumper it so that the blower would come on. Problem began when 1st compressor kicked in, no blower, only when second compressor kicked in.. so overheated and tripped the breaker. Tech jumpered it so that temporarily i could put the blower on/off via the dual breakers. Looking for a control board now.
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Mike,

When i was researching to replace mine I believe I found them on Amazon and a few other places. I suspect you could find help at Airexcel Coleman Mach - Products for RV Heating, Cooling & More | Airxcel or give them a call for a part number. If you do a Google search for coleman mach ac model # , they will pop up as well, relatively inexpensive but there is one wire that is different from the old board. A call to Airexcel support will let you where to plug that wire in. It is a simple DIY process with a screwdriver or two.
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Thank you Anthony.. just the help I was hoping for
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