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Old 10-18-2013, 07:21 AM   #1
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Climate Control Unit..

Electronic Climate Control Energy Management Unit Master Controller. 00-00591-200.

We are having strange problem with this unit. Any time Day or Night, on Shorepower or Wild camping it clicks rapidly.
If we flick the switch control on wall it most times stops it.

Has anyone had a similar problem with this symptom. We do not want to buy a new one if its something else at fault, Ie temp sensors,voltage sensor or even the Electronic switch assy on wall.

Thank you in adavance for any help.

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Brian, those things are a royal pain in the arse. MOST of the time it's not the controller under the cabinet in the kitchen area - generally its the wall control unit. I think i've replaced a dozen this year so far, exact symptoms. I even had one that even though it was switched OFF on the front unit, it would randomly light the furnace.. hehe. You can check your temp sensors mounted in the walls with an ohm meter... I don't remember the exact resistance, however it you heat it with a hair dryer you can watch the readings change with heat/cold. Remove the wall control panel and disconnect the wall mounted sensors wiring before testing ohms - otherwise you'll get false readings generated from the wall unit. I don't think I've ever had a wall mounted sensor fail - but if you do it will either show open or shorted regardless of the temps you throw at it.
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Old 10-19-2013, 04:30 AM   #3
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Brian, those things are a royal pain in the arse. MOST of the time it's not the controller under the cabinet in the kitchen area - generally its the wall control unit. I think i've replaced a dozen this year so far, exact symptoms. I even had one that even though it was switched OFF on the front unit, it would randomly light the furnace.. hehe. You can check your temp sensors mounted in the walls with an ohm meter... I don't remember the exact resistance, however it you heat it with a hair dryer you can watch the readings change with heat/cold. Remove the wall control panel and disconnect the wall mounted sensors wiring before testing ohms - otherwise you'll get false readings generated from the wall unit. I don't think I've ever had a wall mounted sensor fail - but if you do it will either show open or shorted regardless of the temps you throw at it.
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Are you saying you have changed the wall mount on your Rv several times this year or changed others.
Will test out what you said and see how it goes.
We have moved the Climate Control Unit from behind the fuse panel and its in the next wall cabinet now. It started clicking again so have unplugged the power feed to it.
Thanks Again.
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Brian, those things are a royal pain in the arse. MOST of the time it's not the controller under the cabinet in the kitchen area - generally its the wall control unit. I think i've replaced a dozen this year so far, exact symptoms. I even had one that even though it was switched OFF on the front unit, it would randomly light the furnace.. hehe. You can check your temp sensors mounted in the walls with an ohm meter... I don't remember the exact resistance, however it you heat it with a hair dryer you can watch the readings change with heat/cold. Remove the wall control panel and disconnect the wall mounted sensors wiring before testing ohms - otherwise you'll get false readings generated from the wall unit. I don't think I've ever had a wall mounted sensor fail - but if you do it will either show open or shorted regardless of the temps you throw at it.
I have the same problem now, did you ever find the problem ?
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Wow! I though you had a solution for man made climate change.
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My Climate Control Module in my '03 Pace Arrow 35G was acting up with similar problems to those posted. I ordered a new module but thought I would try the "reset" route as well as the "fluorescent light" route. I just happened to have a fluorescent light ballast burned out close to the Climate Control Module. Perfect opportunity to go to LED on this one. I cut wires to the light and turned both air conditioners on. I saw one of the units shed once and then both lights went to green and stayed there. Viola, problem solved, fingers crossed. Looks like I have a spare module on the way. Didn't try the reset so no feedback on that.
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