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Old 07-18-2018, 06:57 PM   #1
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AC help needed

We have been at a campsite for a week running both ACs in Pinnacle without problems. Today the bedroom ac is working. Living room AC fuse blew a few times. It would work a few minute and then pop the fuse. Now fuse is ok but only blowing air from living room ac. Not cold air. Any suggestions?
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Old 07-18-2018, 07:00 PM   #2
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Is it a heat-pump? We had two go bad, the reversing valve failed.
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Old 07-22-2018, 10:54 AM   #3
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Also have A/c issues but not the same. I have a eagle 360qbok livingroom a/c works but does not blow very hard. Had it at the dealer when I had a 2nd unit installed asked them to look into it. while camping last week with high temps and humidity I noticed condensation on the ceiling in the bathroom behind the toilet right next to the closet. My question is could the duct work be disconnected there?
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We have been at a campsite for a week running both ACs in Pinnacle without problems. Today the bedroom ac is working. Living room AC fuse blew a few times. It would work a few minute and then pop the fuse. Now fuse is ok but only blowing air from living room ac. Not cold air. Any suggestions?
Sounds like the compressor no longer running. It can be bad run capacitor, overload open ( bad compressor), bad wire terminal on compressor leads. Its been years since I serviced a rv AC so not sure if the overload is internal or an external like a refrigerator. Just a few check points from retired HVACR tech.
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