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Old 08-31-2015, 03:24 PM   #1
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Red face 1994 Tropical 290

Recently purchased, and having some issues. Anyone have advice on:
Driver's A/C
Brake Booster
Air Ride System
Leaky Black Water Valve

How to troubleshoot, where to get info/parts?

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Old 08-31-2015, 11:26 PM   #2
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Dash A/C is just like any auto air conditioning. It needs to be checked for leaks and properly charged. You don't need to go to an RV service center, an auto A/C shop can do it.

Your brake booster is the same as found in a truck by the same chassis maker. You didn't say what chassis you have or what specific issues you're having.

What's the issue with the air ride system?

Your black tank dump valve is not difficult to repair, you can get parts on line or a local RV center. RV dump valve parts


Bob & Donna
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Old 09-02-2015, 09:35 PM   #3
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For my 1994 Sea Breeze I had to put a manual shut off valve in the Heater Line to get it to blow cold, something to do with the design of the system. But it worked great and it blows super cold when you are traveling down the road and it is 110 degrees outside. we do not even have to use the roof top ac to keep the Coach cool . You can see the responses to my original question under this section. I think it was titled "1994 Sea Breeze Ac not keeping cool" or something close to that
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