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  1. PDI
    05-16-2020 04:35 PM
    PDI
    Duner I think you helped me a number of years ago cause I also have a 2004 Chieftain 39T. It is time to replace the factory shocks. What do you recommend?
  2. C and C
    03-31-2020 09:04 PM
    C and C
    Hey Bill, thanks for the reply, It was the fan motor starting capacitor. I checked with my local a.c. repairman and he confirmed it sounded like start capacitor. I removed old one took to town he checked it with meter and verified it was dead. 15.00 capacitor and all is great now.thanks for your detailed instructions on removing ac,was a big help.
  3. C and C
    03-31-2020 11:15 AM
    C and C
    I started pulling a.c. out using your guide, got elbow disconnected and turned fan on it worked. Question now is if the hi or low relay is weak will that prevent fan from starting? I just moved fan with switch on and it started. Before I could hear motor hum but not start. I'm just not sure if there is a starter relay for fan that is bad or weak. When running it is quiet and smooth.
  4. C and C
    03-30-2020 04:39 PM
    C and C
    Hey there ,you are famous..lol I found you on an old site called Winnie. Any way I need a little advice or help (actually a lot of the help lol). I've got 2008 adventurer with basement air. Worked great put in storage garage for winter,NOW gen running,turn fan on auto/hi , cool. Inside blower does not start, comp 1 starts,outside blower starts,2nd comp starts,runs approx 1-2 mins ,all shuts off, inside blower never starts. Any info greatly appreciated. Thanks Craig. Please pm me,I'm kinda new to forum and don't have it all figured out yet
  5. wecamp2
    04-26-2017 07:59 PM
    wecamp2
    just used your writeup for basement air. Great job and my thanks
  6. Billy S
    03-22-2016 08:53 PM
    Billy S
    Not sure what rig you have now, but I used your writeup for the basement air, thanks. We have the 2004 40 ft. Vectra, the big slide behind the driver is having a problem coming back in, I have done searches on slides and can't seem to find any info. I think the bushings, (not sure bushings is right word) are bad, do you know if anyone has done the replacement without pulling the slide, I don't really feel like going to Winnebago to have this done. We live in south Texas, a long trip. Thanks
  7. rdsnake
    10-12-2015 12:44 PM
    rdsnake
    Mr. Bill im trying to pull the basement air conditioner out of my Winn 2003 DL Journey I understand you wrote a article on how to, I can't seem to open it, can you send it to my email please dave.trangmar@hpidc.com Thanks
  8. ScottLee
    03-06-2013 11:58 AM
    ScottLee
    Hello Bill,

    I'm getting ready for the AZ summer. I'm gonna use your write up on basement air removal but I do have a question. I'm thinking of replacing the capacitors and even adding a "hard start" to the compressiors. Do you happen to have any info regarding the capacitors and have you heard people adding "hard starts" to these systems?

    Thanks, Scott

About Me

  • About Duner
    City
    Camarillo
    State or Province
    CA
    Country
    USA
    RV Manufacturer
    Winnebago
    RV Model
    Chieftain 39T, W22
    RV Year
    2004
    RV Length
    39' 11
    Location (City, State):
    Fulltiming now in- On the road in Mid-West
  • Signature
    Bill & Helen & Bella (Yorkie/Chihuahua Mix)
    Last of the Chieftains, 2004 39T, W22, UP tune, Banks, Koni's, Safe-T-Plus, SMI brake
    2017 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid towed 4-down, 2008 Jeep Wrangler JK
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