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Old 08-22-2013, 09:57 PM   #1
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A/c selector

Can anyone tell me where I can purchase an A/C selector unit for a 1988 Coleman Super Mach 13500 btu overhead unit? I ordered one but it's not the right one. Attached s a photo of what I need.Click image for larger version

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The unit has 4 horizontal posts, numbered 1-4 on the right back. On the left back are 2 vertical post labeled A & B. Between the left and right is a single horizontal post at the bottom of the unit. The control arm that the knob fits on is an inch and a half long.
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Randy, try searching for the manufacturer name and part number on the side of the switch.
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Thanks. I Tried that - no luck. It is made in Mexico for Ark-Les. Has the following info printed on it;
272-91-252 6799-325
21A 120-240 V.A.C 10-88
6A. 1/4 hp. 120-240v.a.c.
25A. 1 1/4 H.P. 120V.A.C.
25A 2 H.P. 240V A.C.
I came up with several listings for Ark-Les companies, all making different products. Several made switches, couldn't determine which was the right one.
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Old 09-08-2014, 10:29 PM   #4
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I know you posted this over a year ago, but did you ever find a switch, I need the same one?

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