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Old 04-25-2019, 09:00 PM   #1
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1997 Seabreeze Rear Roof Air not working

I have had my 1997 National Seabreeze 133 Limited since new. I have always used the front roof air unit and only used the rear within the first 2 years since new. Recently tried to turn on the rear unit and nothing happens. Turn on the thermostat and nothing, Not sure where to start looking. All the breakers appear ok, checked fuses, think I got them all. Front air is working fine, but looking at the age of the rig, would be good to rix the rear unit, just in case.
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I have a 1997 36' Dolphin it seems that in order to run both Air's you would need to have your Gen set running.
A good time to exercise the gen sets is while your ruining down the road.
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I have a 1997 36' Dolphin it seems that in order to run both Air's you would need to have your Gen set running.
A good time to exercise the gen sets is while your ruining down the road.
Thanks been trying to see if the rear unit would work alone, I do believe it did run alone back when it was new. I been using the front for years and everything I do nothing happening with the rear unit. Never really needed both on at the same time. Plugged in at campground the past , with proper amps and couldn't get both running. Just getting ready for the season will try doing both with the generator.
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