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Old 06-30-2012, 11:09 PM   #11
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Well i guess you answered my question with yours, lol. For some strange reason i thought there were two fans.

So the fan should only be blowing air into the trailer when the compressor kicks in with it set to auto? If that is the case then i guess i'll leave it set to high so i get the air circulation when the compressor isn't running.
I was beginning to think Saskatchewan AC's were different than Texas AC's.:hihi:

We rarely run our AC on auto. During the day we run on high and at night on low.
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If you hear the compressor running and do not hear the fan, you have a problem.
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Old 07-01-2012, 10:32 AM   #13
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I was beginning to think Saskatchewan AC's were different than Texas AC's.:hihi:

We rarely run our AC on auto. During the day we run on high and at night on low.

From what i've heard the only difference between the two is the ones in Texas are slightly larger. :jester:
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If you hear the compressor running and do not hear the fan, you have a problem.
When the fan is running and the compressor kicks in it's not that noticeable, at least to my ears, not like the 25yr old one i had before. When that compressor kicked in it almost made the trailer shake.
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teevman - in answer to your second question - the various modes under cool setting work as follows:

1. AU causes the compressor to come on and the fan speed switches back and forth between hi and lo to satisfy the temp you set.
2. HI forces the use of hi fan speed only, with compressor on.
3. LO forces use of lo fan speed only, again with comp on.
4. HF uses hi speed A/C fan only, without compressor or furnace fan.
5. LF uses lo speed A/C fan only, again w/o comp or furnace fan.

Under the heat setting, it works the same, except BTU valve instead of compressor, and use of the furnace fan instead of the A/C fan. It's possible that you might not have all these modes, depending on model, but most units have them, as far as I know.

Hope this helps.
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