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Old 05-07-2019, 10:42 AM   #15
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Basement air access

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Old 11-02-2019, 05:24 PM   #16
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I have a 2006 Tradewinds and now looking for where the air filter is ... for the heat pump
anyone know?
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Old 11-02-2019, 08:07 PM   #17
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Does your coach have basement air? My Pacifica has filter under the drawers on right side of coach. I have been told some National coaches have filter under the bed. Not sure.

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In my 2004 Dolphin it's under the drawers that are under the bed. Lift the bed up and slide the drawers out and you'll see it.
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My 2006 5355 had a similar occurrence do to low power in park. Capacitors were blown and burnt circuit board above them. Access to them was by opening the ventilated access door on rear side. Opening air conditioner access door. Small cover door on left side under this remove screws on bottom edge open you will see the two capacitors and the circuit board above them. Also two quick starts. Mine were visible melted and burnt. Careful lots of current here. I replaced all. Saved the ones that went to 2nd AC. These were not burnt but replaced them as well. Coleman stayed low power causes this so I also also added a EMS Surge control that cuts the power if it drops below 104 or higher than 132. Hope this helps you.
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My 2006 40C has it under the cabinet door for washer/dryer. It is a lovered panel held with 2 screws.
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Thumbs up Under washer 2006 40c

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My 2006 40C has it under the cabinet door for washer/dryer. It is a lovered panel held with 2 screws.

THANK YOU SO MUCH, SAVES ME THE EXHAUSTING TIME LOOKING FOR IT.
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My Coleman rumbles a little when it starts. Is it fan caps?
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