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Old 10-05-2008, 01:51 PM   #1
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Armstrong A/C Knobs

Does anyone have a picture of the 2 control knobs on the bottom of the Armstrong A/C unit?

They are missing on my 78 30' Argosy. I'd like to know what they look like before I search for them.

Thanks, any help is appreciated,

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The Armstrong in my 76 Sovereign has just one knob that is for fan speed. I'm thinking that the Argosy didn't come with the wall mounted thermostat for the A/C and that's the difference. I also have a 78 Argosy, but the original A/C was a Coleman and not the Armstrong.
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The Armstrong in my 76 Sovereign has just one knob that is for fan speed. I'm thinking that the Argosy didn't come with the wall mounted thermostat for the A/C and that's the difference. I also have a 78 Argosy, but the original A/C was a Coleman and not the Armstrong.
Thanks Juel,

The only wall thermostat it the heater control.

The 2 A/C controls mounted on the bottom of the unit itself. I assumed it was the Armstrong but I'll check to see if its a Coleman. Is there an easy way to identify it?

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Good question. I think about the only way I knew was from the name on the shroud on top. However, I don't remember anything on the Armstrong that says "Armstrong" except the original literature still in the triler.
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