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Old 04-12-2015, 01:05 PM   #1
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We are on the road and our air conditioner stopped working. We are heading to Indian from Illinois. Can anyone give us any service centers that may be able to fix our problem> I think it is the thermostat since it doesn't regulate the temp.

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Where in 'Indian' are you heading? There are many RV service shops in Indiana, from north to south, west to east. You have to be a little more specific.
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Sullivan's in Decatur, IN; or Modern Trailer Sales in Anderson, IN. Even though they are a trailers only dealer, many motor homes are repaired there; and they have done well by me.
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Old 04-12-2015, 05:40 PM   #5
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Old 04-12-2015, 08:53 PM   #6
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Since you didn't say which area it's hard to say. Wetnight RV just North of Terre Haute, IN has a good reputation, if you are traveling I 70.
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We are no longer in Indiana

Thanks you everyone for there replies. WE are in the Columbus Ohio area now and heading to Washington PA.

Any ideas in this area? We stopped at Camping World and they are all booked up and I think that is going to be the problem everywhere.

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If your talking about the dash air try some truck repair shops preferably a smaller shop they usually give more personal service. These are built on truck chassis so most truck shops should be able to trouble shoot a ac problem.
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If it's the dash air, any automotive A/C shop can work on it. If it's a rooftop A/C, many choices besides Camper World and the like. Look the the brand name on line and check for service in the area you're traveling. Perhaps even a mobile RV repair could help, if you have roadside assistance, check with them.
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Cin7:

If you can answer some of the questions that have been asked, perhaps some of the folks on the forum can help you better. Dash air, RV air? Brand, type of A/C, type of thermostat? How many buttons on the thermostat?

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Old 04-14-2015, 09:10 PM   #13
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cin7, at your rate of travel, why not wait until you reach your destination to have it repaired? You are not going to find a repair shop this time of year with their employees sitting on their hands waiting for something to fix, you will have to stop and wait for them to get to your job.
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