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Old 09-27-2013, 11:17 AM   #1
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2007 National Pacifica 30 amp issues

I have a customer who has a 2007 National Pacifica. He is having problems hooking up to 30 amp. He complaint is his AC wont work. Our tech noted he has 2-25 amp switches but we can only locate 1 AC unit. The boss is out of town for a few days and we're trying to troubleshoot. Can anyone advise?
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Old 09-27-2013, 12:23 PM   #2
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Not sure I understand about the 2-25 amp switches but I will throw this out for you to think about. 50 amp coaches will have some type of EMS (energy management system) built in (mine is an Intellitec. These systems sense when you are plugged into 30 amps and will shut down equipment to keep you from overloading the circuits. If there is no voltage at the AC you need to be looking at the EMS system. If there is voltage at the AC look at installing the hard start capacitors.
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