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Old 08-31-2010, 07:14 AM   #1
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Coleman Delta TX Air Conditioner

This a question for people that know more about how an Air conditioner works than I do (Everybody)

This Air Conditioner is installed on my Argosy travel trailer and it works perfectly. The compressor cycles nicely and it blows extremely cold.

The Question I have is about how the thermostat works. The coldest the air conditioner will get the trailer; with the thermostat set to the lowest is about 70 degrees and then it cycles off the compressor. I would like it to get down to about 65 for when there is a lot of traffic in and out the door. Is it cycling out to keep from freezing up? Is there an adjustment or a change I can make so I can hang meat in my trailer?

The unit is working so well that if there is no way to get it to adjust it colder, I will live with it.

Thank You for any information.
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Old 08-31-2010, 08:08 AM   #2
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If it works that may want to leave it alone.

If you must...replace the thermostat.

It cycles via return air temp.

Freezing is an indication of "low on freon".

Suggestion: clean the small filter daily.
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