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Old 06-05-2021, 06:27 PM   #1
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Default AC not working

I just bought a 2510. Got everything working but the AC. I noticed from the manual that it had to be plugged into a 30 amp plug so I went to a campground and double checked the campground wiring and the panel/fuses for the AC. Any suggestions? Thanks,

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The AC cord in my 1996 is located behind the wardrobe. It has to be plugged into the interior outlet. Also taken out of the outlet before lowering. Nothing runs on this line except the AC.
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There's also a dedicated Circuit Breaker on the Converter panel that is in the A/C circuit. That may be popped. Does the fan in the A/C run?

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I would have never found the AC cord on the other side of the wardrobe if you hadn't told me. Thank you so much. It works great!
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Default Glad you get plugged into AC.

Most of the country is in the humid sweltering *.Preventive maintenance of your AC. On the inside remove the filter. I use an old tooth brush to remove dirt. This allows you to clean and replace for immediate use. Carefully climb on the roof and remove the AC shroad. DH used a AC cleaner product from Home Depot. DD works at HD and brings us useful products. Some use compressed air to blow out any dirt in the exterior AC. This also gives you a chance to inspect the roof and caulk around the exterior AC.My friends had abnormal AC noise. It turned out to be a bird nest on the exterior AC motor.
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