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Old 09-16-2010, 08:57 PM   #1
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AC Unit on the Fritz

I have the Duo Therm 13,500 ac unit. I just purchased this coach used last week its a 2004 and the rear ac unit has stoped working when I mess with the thermostat I can hear a little click in the unit but it doesn't come on can anyone help?
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Tell us the A/C, ducted or non-ducted, one thermostat or two thermostats....

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Ducted, one thermostat 2 ac units
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Old 09-17-2010, 03:41 AM   #4
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Hello Joyride and . We look forward to reading of your adventures and experience. I am sure you will enjoy the website and forums. Good luck and keep us posted.
Is your coach a 30 amp or 50 amp? If 30, the rear air cond. may only come on with the generator running or may have a switch that selects front or rear unit. Please give us the make and model of coach.
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Thanks for the reply it's a 50 amp, I turned the front ac off to check if it was that but no response from the unit, the coach is a 2004 National Tropi-cal
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I am sure you have checked the circuit breakers. Do you have 120 vac at the roof unit junction box? Have you checked connections at both ends. I have seen an electrical circuit push a volt meter but break down under a load. Will you be able to troubleshoot a control board with some direction?
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On mine the rear unit wouldn't work. Took the cover off (inside the RV) and reached in to try to spin the fan, it was frozen. Gave it a firm twist and that freed it up. Worked perfectly after that. I'm assuming the problem with mine was that it had just sat for too long. I of course did this with the power to the unit off. Just a thought.
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