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Old 07-18-2006, 12:39 PM   #1
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1970 27' Overlander
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A/C Cutting Off

Hi, I have a 1971 Overlander that has some electrical issues. I can plug it in and run the AC just fine. However, after some time (15 min or so) it will stop running. I can not get it to start again until a few days when I plug it in again.

Can any one help me since in Texas I am going to have to be able to run the AC for more than 15 min. every third day!
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