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Old 02-24-2019, 06:41 AM   #1
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Rear ac quit

2018 Precept, after 2 weeks of owning our Precept 36T the rear ac stops working. Nothing works on it, acts like no power, fuses seem ok. What next?
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There are no fuses for your AC, only circuit breakers in the AC panel. If the circuit breaker is OK then the problem is deeper, thermostat failure, AC failure. New products can have premature failure sometimes as a result of some manufacturing error.

It should be under warranty, have your dealer repair it. If you are on the road call Jayco CS, explain the issue calmly and ask for local or mobile repair to fix the problem.
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There are no fuses for your AC, only circuit breakers in the AC panel.
The thermostat is 12v and it also has an internal fuse.
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The thermostat is 12v and it also has an internal fuse.
Should of said reset breakers.
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The thermostat is 12v and it also has an internal fuse.
I assume it's under the cover?
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I assume it's under the cover?
Yep up top.
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This conversation seems to be going sideways. Yes, the thermostat requires 12V (forgot that part) but it is located on the wall in your camper and the fuse is in the fuse/breaker panel. Anything located on the top of your camper is NOT going to be user repairable/replaceable unless you are an HVAC technician.
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my rear A/C went out as well just after we purchased (31 UL). Dealer installed new A/C with no problem since
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Yep up top.
All fixed, dealer found bad relay under bed wiring. Of all places.
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