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Old 05-04-2015, 04:12 PM   #1
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Need Circuit Board

Our front Duo Therm air conditioner quit. It gets power all the way up to the circuit board, but nothing happens. The thermostat will not light up either. Believe it may be a bad circuit board. I have searched on line and cannot find any boards, anywhere for replacement. The boards on the front and back AC do not match up so I cannot troubleshoot by switching them out. My AC model is 610115.103. The circuit board number is 3101626.012. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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Old 05-04-2015, 05:45 PM   #2
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Any of these the right one?
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Old 05-04-2015, 05:52 PM   #3
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Thanks for responding, but these will not work. My unit is 25 years old and a replacement board needs to support my the AC model number. None of these do.
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Old 05-04-2015, 08:39 PM   #4
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How about this
Dometic AND DUO Therm AIR Conditioner Service KIT 034 Wall 034 P N 62410 | eBay
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Old 05-05-2015, 06:58 AM   #5
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That board 3101626.012 crosses over to the 310423.006 which looks like it is in that kit above I posted on Ebay.
These people can rebuild your old board and it may be a cheaper way to go
Dometic, 3104233.006 | ACS Repair Catalog
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Stumpnc, yes that is it but it is no longer available. Real bummer. I decided to replace the entire 25 year old ac unit. Thanks.
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Old 05-06-2015, 05:24 AM   #7
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Stumpnc, yes that is it but it is no longer available. Real bummer. I decided to replace the entire 25 year old ac unit. Thanks.
Thats probably the best thing to do Fred,I have a 91 Foretravel Grand Villa and when one of mine goes ill replace it. The new ones are so much more efficient and way quieter. But for now mine are working good.
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If you have a wall mounted T-Stat and it is not lighting odds are you have a 12 volt issue

RV Air Conditioners with "Remote" controls use 12 volts for control

Units with only "Local" (Meaning part of the lower unit) may or may not use 12 volt but if it uses a I/R remote or a wall mounted T-Stat it uses 12 volts.
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Ok, took your advice and ordered a complete new system. Ordered the domestic penguin upper and lower units and wall thermostat from PPL. Cost about $1100 delivered. Looks like I will be hanging on to our vintage RV for a while.
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My AC stopped working this weekend. It is a duo therm 600315.321. I can hear the relays click when turning on the fan or onto cool mode but nothing happens. Any suggestions? It's in a 2005 Coachmen Cross Country
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You said you had power to the control board... 120vac or 12dc?

Power (12v) May go to the control board...Likely via a fuse..And THEN to the T-Stat.. or 12 volt may go first to the T-Stat and then to the control board.. 120 volts is not the issue since the T-Stat is not lighting.

Hopefully this gives you a lead.> Board may be good.. No 12v to T_Stat
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My AC stopped working this weekend. It is a duo therm 600315.321. I can hear the relays click when turning on the fan or onto cool mode but nothing happens. Any suggestions? It's in a 2005 Coachmen Cross Country
Are you giving it a couple of minutes to start? There's a built in time delay.
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Some would think that an electrician (me) would check the 120volt input first. I know the breaker was on and while operating the t-stat I could hear the relays clicking in the AC unit, not thinking that the 12volts is being fed from the coach not from inside the AC unit. The Intellitec EMS power monitor showed all outputs powered, however I found that the relay for the front AC is not operating. I bypassed the relay and the AC now runs, go figure. We spent last weekend when it was 90 degrees with one AC.
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