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RE: Dometic A/C glitch

Hi! Last night, in this configuration, the fan turned off. I can cycle through Au, to Hi, back to Lo and the fan will come on, but still will turn off after a while. Also, separately, I think ... I had the temperature set at 68 but the air temperature is 70. Nothing is running. So I lowered the temperature to 64, still nothing is running. . Not what I read, and on my unit at night on low fan in the bed room with the temp set low the whole unit turns off and it get hot. Then you must cycle thermostat off then back on. At somepoint it will do the same thing on low...no issues on high.
Learjet 07/29/15 07:48pm Tech Issues
RE: Dometic A/C glitch

I would suspect a BAD lo speed on the fan motor(overheating the windings). But, it is easy to replace the tstat. I doubt the upper board is at fault. I doubt a reset will fix this type problem. Resets for operation problems rarely do on Dometic CCC systems. A quick test is to swap the Lo and HI fan speed wires and see if the fan fails when putting it to HI Fan(which will energize the LO speed wiring on the motor). If it fails on LO Fan(indicating the motor will not run on hi fan continuously), then you look at the upper board or the tstat. Doug So, if the fan motor is overheating on low, why woulc the compressor turn off at the same time?
Learjet 07/29/15 05:45pm Tech Issues
RE: Dometic A/C glitch

Beaubeau - Like I said, the repair tech thinks it is a bad thermostat, BUT - I don't know if he is aware of the reset that Chris Bryant described. The tech never mentioned that and I don't think he tried it. So, when you try Chris' suggestion, please post the results here - I may need to get this info back to my tech. Thanx I tried the reset before....no change...I think it is a software issue in the T-stat or AC control board.
Learjet 07/29/15 09:10am Tech Issues
RE: Dometic A/C glitch

I have the Dometic and single zone LCD t-stat also...I have experience the same thing with my Bedroom AC fan on Low over night, running fan on HI I've had no issues. I don't know if the freeze sensor shuts it off or what, but on high it doesn't experience this issues...Dometic needs to improve this thermostat....it has other issues also, such as the fan switching from hi to lo and back to high as you initially cool the RV in Auto mode...this can also be fixed by using HI until the temp set point is reached.
Learjet 07/29/15 07:43am Tech Issues
RE: Did I Just Fry My Appliances?

Oh, the misinformation & confusion! Ditto...Electrical advice should NOT be "I think" or speculation...lots of it on this site. Edit...forgot the "not"
Learjet 07/29/15 07:38am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Burnt Circuit box

they may have extra slack behind the power center, I have enough wire on my trailer I can pull the power center out a couple of feet. So you may have enough slack to pull the whole set of wires in a couple of inches and and completly restrip the wires...just a thought.
Learjet 07/28/15 08:06pm Tech Issues
RE: Motor Snorkel tri-fuel kit

please do a search, been answered many times. Oh...and I measured full output on my Yamaha running on propane and natural gas. Engine must have extra power to compensate for power loss. So don't assume that you will not be able to get full power from your generator, this will depend on the generator itself. I've been very happy with my tri-fuel generator...no draw backs in having fuel options. Last power outage, lasted 48 hours (hurricane) plugged my generator into my natural gas line at home and cranked it up. Very happy.
Learjet 07/26/15 08:47am Tech Issues
RE: Looking for opinions, good or bad, on Forest River Wildcats

not a Maxx...but I have a 2015 Wildcat 317RL Couple of small leaks fixed, rear camera/clearance light and one bed room window. I've been in several long down pours since with no more leaks. The dealer I bought it from re-seals all windows...so this may have helped prevent any issues. I have the BAL frame with 16" Maxxis tire. So far I'm very happy with the unit...lot of features for the money.
Learjet 07/25/15 08:11am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Direct tv Customers beware

Ok got the message in my RV for the first time...here is what I found out... DirecTv H25 that I take from home: -I have the inside TV hooked via HDMI -The outside TV is hooked via component cable -IF the inside TV is not on, the outside TV will display the message code....so the H25 sees the HDMI cable, but with out the proper response from the inside TV it will still give the error message on the TV with Component cables atttaced. -Solution for me to watch TV outside....I need to turn on the inside TV, or disconnect the HDMI cable from the inside TV. Geeezzz
Learjet 07/24/15 10:00am Technology Corner
RE: Pin Box Question

Thanks for the information everyone. I think I am going to order the Trail air Flex Air. Hope it performs as well as I have read in researching. My eyes hurt! Ryan I'm looking at the Flex Air also, please come back and give us a report.
Learjet 07/22/15 07:10pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: model with an outdoor kitchen?

I didn't know how much I would like the outdoor kitchen...but, I really love it now. Nice to open a big door and its plenty tall enough for a 6' footer to fit under and acts like an extension of the awning area. The extra frig works great, good counter top area, place to store cooking supplies and another TV. Forest River Wildcat 317RL Edit: I see you made a move...congrats, also a good dealer you are buying from ;)
Learjet 07/21/15 01:35pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Traffic Problems

plan you trip through Baton Rouge at off peak times, use an app like google maps with the traffic turned on. Trying living here all the time...its getting worse because we are growing and the roads stay the same.
Learjet 07/18/15 12:16pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Demco slider owners BEWARE!!!

well that hitch is off my short list :(
Learjet 07/16/15 08:11pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: hitch or spray liner first?

Just a word of caution. I had my liner put in, then installed the hitch myself. Since it was hot in the garage, I made the mistake of working in shorts and sandals. When I drilled one of the holes for the hitch, the flaming hot metal and liner material decided to spin off the drill and land between the bottom of my foot and the top of my sandal. Holy $&!T!!! I stood up real fast and hit my head on the rail for the garage door opener. Holy $&!T!!! I think the combination of metal, liner material and friction got that little piece of debris up to about 3 jillion degrees. So I jumped out of the truck and put my foot in a five gallon bucket of cold water. Ahhhh, that's better. Just then the DW walked into the garage to see me with my foot in a bucket of water and my scalp bleeding. She just shook her head and walked back inside. All in all, it was a great learning experience installing my own hitch. I still have a scar on my arm from the hot metal dripping off my step bit when I installed my rails. I was underneath the truck....ouch.
Learjet 07/15/15 09:19am Tow Vehicles
RE: Why do People run AC with doors and windows open??

because all of those windmills are providing green power..so it doesn't matter.
Learjet 07/14/15 07:52am Tech Issues
RE: question about my AC cycling on and off

you can easly find it online...but here are the cliff notes ;) Fan Speed Press the On/Off Mode button until the fan green LED is lit. The LCD will show “Lo” (Low), “Hi” (High) or “Au” (Auto). Press the “+” or “?” button to select the desired fan speed. See “Special Features” on page 11 for more information on Auto Fan. page 11: Special Features Auto Fan When auto fan is selected the fan speed will vary depending on the difference between the temperature set-point and the room temperature. In auto fan the compressor and fan cycle On and Off with the thermostat. When the difference is: >5º The fan operates on HIGH <4º The fan operates on LOW What they don't tell you is... the compressor will still run while the fan changes speed...also you may have it changing back and forth until the temp is reached.
Learjet 07/06/15 07:04pm Tech Issues
RE: question about my AC cycling on and off

read the "special feature" in the Thermostat manual...
Learjet 07/06/15 05:21pm Tech Issues
RE: RV inspections

So everybody knows Louisiana now has the inspection law on a rv. The big problem is finding a place I can get a 37' trailer in and out of....I think I'll chance a ticket.
Learjet 07/06/15 05:15pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: ready for a better hitch...B&W or Anderson Ultimate

Great debate guys, and thanks for keeping it civil ;) I really like backing up and watching the handle on the hitch go CLICK and knowing that I'm connected. That is really fun and easy after 10 years of a TT. On the other hand, the Anderson has a lot going for it, with extra clearance for my short bed, solid connection..etc...but...heck I still don't know...about going back to a ball, it all makes sense on paper...but aesthetically its hard :R
Learjet 07/02/15 06:26pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: new truck hitch

looking at a new to me truck with a b&w turnover ball gooseneck hitch. we are getting a 5th wheel camper and i understand that i need to get the companion 5th wheel hitch. do i need the slider with a shortbed 3/4 ton chevy Maybe, what brand and model year of 5th wheel?
Learjet 07/01/15 02:52am Fifth-Wheels
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