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Old 09-05-2015, 11:54 AM   #15
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Now that you mention it I saw a post about someone who had rain or condensation in the unit and it stopped working. Given time to dry out, it got well.

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Old 09-05-2015, 04:16 PM   #16
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Miracle of miracles! We stayed in a hotel last night near a Camping World where we hoped to get some help in the morning with our AC. When we looked at the inside temperature this morning, it no longer read 32 degrees. It must have somehow reset itself. Maybe it had to reboot itself or something. We drove over to a KOA, plugged in, and had success! Then, we tried using the AC with the generator, and that worked too. We are going to stop for the day early, plug in for the night, and make sure everything is ok before heading to SC. Once again, we sure appreciate all your help.



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We were in Pensacola recently and had to run the AC constantly. I either read in a manual or in a posting to open all the vents and run fan on manual, not automatic ... to keep it from freezing.
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We were in Pensacola recently and had to run the AC constantly. I either read in a manual or in a posting to open all the vents and run fan on manual, not automatic ... to keep it from freezing.

By "constant" what do you mean? Did you run it 24 hours? We have ours on for about 4-10 hours in the evening when we've stopped. Depending on where we are it usually shuts off sometime during the night. We have it on AUTO.


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