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Old 11-29-2020, 01:31 PM   #1
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A/C Issue

2004 Fleetwood Revolution 40C
I have 2 units which I知 assuming are Coleman. They both cool fine.
The rear unit has stared doing this 覧
I can hear the compressor start but no fan. After a couple of minutes (2-3) of compressor only the fan will start up as normal. It痴 cooling fine after the fan starts.
The front unit is fine.

Any thoughts ?
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Old 11-29-2020, 01:36 PM   #2
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Likely the capacitor.
These tend to fail after a while.

It's a cheap fix. Just make sure you disconnect power before working on it.
Also take a photograph of the wiring or make a mud map to ensure you get all the wires in their correct order.

What I normally do is give the fan a spin to make sure the bearings are free. Some are oilable.

Good luck ��
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Likely the capacitor.

These tend to fail after a while.



It's a cheap fix. Just make sure you disconnect power before working on it.

Also take a photograph of the wiring or make a mud map to ensure you get all the wire in their correct order.

Good luck


My thoughts also. I知 used to the capacitor just dieing totally. But, I guess it can just take time to charge up.
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