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Old 10-23-2022, 05:05 PM   #1
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Intermittent cooling possibly corrected

During a recent 2 week trip the main 15,000 BTU AC/heat pump stopped cooling three times. It sounded like the compressor had shut off. I turned it off for 15 minutes and it cooled again with out issue. When I got home I called my friend who owns a RV repair shop and he said it sounded like it could be a freeze sensor. I had a spare freeze sensor in my spare parts bin so I went up on the roof today and opened up the AC. When I went to unplug the sensor one of the leads just fell off. I determined that when the sensor was installed at the factory the spade connector was pushed in between the plastic cover on the connector and the actual connector itself. Since I had the new freeze sensor I installed it and will keep the old one for a spare. Hopefully that was the problem but only time will tell.
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Thanks Dave, for the report. Good to hear of the simple repair.
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