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Old 11-26-2021, 08:29 AM   #1
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A/C control

I have a 2007 Itasca Ellipse model IKR 40 FD my exterior vacuum lines that come out of my ac/heater control in dash that goes through fire wall must have deteriorated I had some bad hose outside that I repaired but believed the problem is under dash with hoses or even an ac/heater control. I need some advice on getting dash apart so I can replace hoses or even ac/heater control also having hard time finding the small vacuum lines thanks in advance the vacuum pump runs all time and air works fine if I keep the hot water valve close with wire ties
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If an 07 Itasca is similar to my 06 Journey. it was relatively straightforward to get access to the back of the a/c heater control head. Access to the vacuum pump and some vents was thru the front access door.

I was able to obtain one connector that I needed and some tubing at a local auto shop that did auto a/c repair.

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https://comfortairgr.com/product-cat...rome-rv-parts/

These people have a lot of the older hvac parts for the obsolete evans/tempcon units. Even if wasn't that brand they may have the parts as most are generic.
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