Hello, I don't post here much, but i do know your problem.
I've worked with airflow for over 30 years, (now retired)
Most, (if not all) automotive a/c systems use a squirrel cage type of blower for your a/c.
I will try my best to explain my reasoning.
All my cars and RV have a "MAX" A/C setting.
All this does is to shut off the outside intake, and flip a door to suck up fresh air from 'inside' the vehicle.
This makes the motor able to suck more air thru the blower using the same voltage. The motor will be able to suck more air since it is no longer pulling air from who knows how many crooks and turns and how long of plastic or coiled type ductwork.
When you switch to recirc or MAX this will increase the airflow thru the duct work, and it 'will' use more current, but the actual airflow will increase because of the reduction of the inlet restricting to the blades of the blower and it 'will' make the motor increase airflow.
So, while the switch does not change the voltage to the switch, it allows more airflow thru the system by shortening the airflow path to the blower, and you will feel it thru the vents if all installed correctly.
Any questions, just ask. ;)
Yea, I sure do agree with every thing you said. However I can only see a vaccum line and it appears to be attached correctly. But I can not figure out how to see if the door is closing or not. Where in the heck is that door???
Thanks for all the info.
I think with mine it just sounds that way because of the air being pulled in near the floor, so it sounds like it is working harder.
I do agree that it may just sound that way. However, now, there is no change in the sound or the Air flow.
I got a feeling that the door closing off the outside air is not closing. My trouble is I don't know just where that door is located so I can see if it's closing or not. Also it blew out little bit's of foam rubber after they worked on it last year. The repair man just said after a coach gets so old that rubber just falls apart.
As I said I just have a feeling that that rubber may be stopping the door from closing. Thanks
My question is that when you turn the dash air switch on Max Air, I think it closes the door to just to re –circulate the air inside he coach. But before I had my dash air repaired it seemed to blow harder on the Max Air than on the regular air. The repairman said no it doesn’t and is not suppose too.
It is on a 06 Winnebago Adventurer, Work Horse chassis.
I just had the compressor go bad on the darn thing and it was blowing warm air. The compressor would try to turn but never really could get going.
Now every thing works right except the max Air. The repairman says it doesn’t blow harder on Max, not suppose too. I just know it use too. Any help?? Thanks much.
OK, Thanks for all the help. Found the trouble. after running every test I could think of, I found a wire that came unhooked on the back of the converter.
The converter is located behind the drawer under the Refrigerator.
Can anyone tell me how you check out the converter or inverter, or what ever it’s called. The thing that charges you house batteries.
Here’s my problem, I plug into shore power and the batteries do not charge. I put my battery charger on them and they come up to about
12-1 or 12-2
Let them set about 3 days with every thing turned off and they drop to about 11-7. Plug it into shore power and they stay at 11-7. Had the batteries checked and the man said they were up good and all cells were good. Batteries are 3 years old.
It is a 06 Winnebago
How can I check to see if the charger in the coach is working??
This happened to me about a year ago. I used my jscks. I placed boards under the jacks, raised the M/H as high as it would go, placed any thing I could find under the wheels. Raised the jacks and let the coach down on items I placed under the wheels, did that about 3 times till I was able to drive right out.
Takes a little time, but that I have plenty of.
I say as long as you can see and get around pretty good. Keep the pedal to the metal. I am just a month or so younger than you. I have no plans to quit driving that Motor Home. Man I got a lot of places to go yet. However here in
Texas renewing you drivers license after you reach 80 you have to take a test. good luck.
Have your blood work up.
You may have (ITP)Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura. I know, I never heard of it either till I got it back about 3 years ago. It's when your blood platelet count drops way down and you bruise & bleed real easy. First I was put on Steroids for 6 weeks, then 5 rounds of Chemo, plus many different tests. They gave me 3 shots of stuff called N-Plate. It worked. Then they removed my Spleen, it helped a little. but, Still can not take Asprin or any type of blood thinners. I can rub the back of my hand or arm and it will turn black & blue. rub too hard and it bleeds. Have it checked as you can bleed to death inside.
Little help from some of you folks in Kentucky or Ohio. This summer I plan to head back to my birth place in Ohio. I plan on a stop in Tennessee for a few days then on up to Lexington,Ky. Take 68 out of there to Maysville, KY. From there, to Washington Courthouse,OH staying on Highway 68??. Now can I cross the river there, or do I have to go back up to Cincinnati? I didn'want to have to go thru Cincinnati.
It's only been 58 years ago since I was up there and I have forgotten if I can cross the river on 68.
You guys are all making fun of me but, I never tried it till this morning . I had never ever heard of such a thing and the counter was clean, not sticky. It sure was a new one on me.
I will try it later this summer.
Plus the stock market went up today and here in Texas we need rain so bad it can rain any time it wants.
Has any one heard of this?? Last night on TV weather, the weather man said the first day of "Spring" you can set an egg upright large end down and it will set upright.
So this morning I tried it and after about 2 trys It sit there all by it's self. I had never heard of it. But I did it twice more and sit upright till I removed it..
Just got off the phone with a friend who lives in the Northern Tip of Newfoundland. He said that since early this morning the snow has been nearly waist high and is still falling. The temperature is dropping way below zero and the north wind is increasing to near gale force. His wife has done nothing but look through the kitchen window and just stare. He says that if it gets much worse, he may have to let her in.
A friend of ours brother ran & won to be a Constable in Ector Co. The job in that county we are told is a non-paying. I do know in Midland Co. a Constable can do what the police or Sheriff's department does. I have seen them in court rooms too.
You are correct, in some counties the Constable job is no pay or very low pay. We use to have 4 constables 1 for each pct. at very low pay. It was changed for 1 constable for the entire county at a better wage.
In Texas, The Constable is the only one "County wise" that can arrest the sheriff. How ever that's the way it was 13 years ago. when I retired after 22 years with the Sheriff's dept. And things do change.
Any law officer in the state of Texas can arrest anyone, any place in the state if he see's felony being comitted.
>> After being married for thirty years, a wife asked her husband to describe her.
>> He looked at her for a while ... then he said,
>> "You're A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K."
>> She asks ... "What does that mean?"
>> He said, "Adorable, Beautiful, Cute, Delightful, Elegant, Foxy, Gorgeous, Hot.
>> She smiled happily and said .... "Oh, that's so lovely ... What about I, J, K?"
>> He said, "I'm Just Kidding!"
>> The swelling in his eyes is going down and the doctor thinks he will be able to walk in a day or two