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Old 07-03-2012, 04:42 AM   #11
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When the dial says FAN, that's what it means. If you listen, you will notice that there is a definite change in sound when you move the switch from FAN to A/C. It's no different than your home A/C. The fan/blower pulls much less current than air conditioner compressor.
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Old 07-03-2012, 05:32 AM   #12
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Okay stupid question but how does the ac work? We've only been out 3times in our camper and haven't used the ac. We know you turn it on with the controls on the ceiling but does it also work with the thermostat on the wall?
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Old 07-03-2012, 05:55 AM   #13
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If you have controls on the A/C that is for the A/C only. The thermostat on the wall would be for the furnace only.

When the thermostat is capable of controlling the A/C there won't be any controls on the A/C itself.
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Does it run constantly or does it cut off like the furnace? Should you leave the ac on while out or just when you are "home"? I know more stupid questions, we are going to the beach for a week and want to make sure we know how it works. Thanks for your help!
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Does it run constantly or does it cut off like the furnace? Should you leave the ac on while out or just when you are "home"? I know more stupid questions, we are going to the beach for a week and want to make sure we know how it works. Thanks for your help!
When the controls are on the A/C itself only the compressor cycles. The fan runs continuously.

Personally I always leave the A/C on when it is hot outside. I like the cool when I go in. I don't like having to wait for the camper to cool down each time I get "home".
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