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Old 06-13-2006, 12:14 PM   #1
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New owner 34Foot winnebago Adventure 1997. Having problems with chassis air conditioning. When motor home first started the chassis air conditiong blows cold air but in short time it quits blowing cold air. As we are first time motor homers would appreciate any suggestions for trouble shooting the problem.

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Hello All,
New owner 34Foot winnebago Adventure 1997. Having problems with chassis air conditioning. When motor home first started the chassis air conditiong blows cold air but in short time it quits blowing cold air. As we are first time motor homers would appreciate any suggestions for trouble shooting the problem.

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You will likely get several answers here soon. If it begins blowing cold and then turns warm, it generally means that hot water for the heater if flowing through the unit. The AC can't overcome the heat and warm air blows. There is a valve that commonly goes bad that needs to be replaced. You can also use a manual valve, but must remember to turn it back on in the cool weather to get heat.

I'm sure there will be others along soon with a more descriptive answer for you.
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