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Old 09-29-2023, 03:08 PM   #1
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Another air conditioner question - help!

No need for a long story. Both air conditioners in my 2023 Greyhawk 27U have worked great all summer. Now the front one works but the rear only blows hot air. Is there a fuse anywhere besides the breaker? Thanks, Dmarcian
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If it was a blown fuse the fan wouldn't come on since it also requires 12 volts for the control circuit. It could be a number of things. Loose connection at the control box, bad thermostat, bad start capacitor or even a bad control box.
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Can you hear the compressor come on when you turn it on? If not, it could be the run capacitor for the compressor.
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