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Old 06-13-2016, 11:06 AM   #11
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Like I mentioned earlier you probably have a bad fan motor.
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Old 06-13-2016, 11:23 AM   #12
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BandJCarm is correct. Both a/c send cool air to all vents. Zone 2, on my Cedar Creek, is at the front (over the hitch pin). It sends more air to the bedroom, also in the front. Zone 1, in the living area, sends more air there. The thermostat has numerous setting, including fan only. You must check for each zone.
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Old 06-13-2016, 02:53 PM   #13
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Our bedroom AC is totally independent from the Living Room AC and they each have their own thermostats. We are on our third AC units. Dometic has had many problems with AC Units and they were recalls, they do have a 2 year warranty. Get a new one!!
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Old 06-14-2016, 12:15 PM   #14
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Cedar creek said they would cover ac repair, even though we were out of our 1 year warranty. We would have to take to our selling dealer. We talked to a very reliable local RV repair co. We will go with Dometic 2 year warranty. Repairman will come to our permanent lot on Monday to inspect for repair!!


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Old 06-24-2016, 02:49 PM   #15
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Checked mine yesterday the bedroom a/c only cools the bedroom and bathroom.The main one cools both the downstairs and also some to the bedroom. This is on a 2017 29RE Silverback. It would be hard to sleep with the bedroom one running at night because it is very noisy.
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Old 06-25-2016, 10:36 AM   #16
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jjcook ... you may want to check again. Your ceiling cooling supply ducts are like one big oval race track running from front to rear of your unit. The main A/C is mounted in the rear turn ... the front A/C is mounted in the front turn. If you can't feel any air from the front A/C from all ceiling ducts with the rear air off ... you may have one of the infamous collapsed air ducts that will hinder your overall cooling.
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Old 06-25-2016, 07:48 PM   #17
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Dieselguy Rechecked mine today if I turn on zone 2 a/c and up the fan to medium or high I get air at all the ducts . The fan was on auto the other day I guess that is why I did not feel air downstairs. Thanks for the come back. How noisy is your zone 2 a/c unit mine seems like something is rattling inside it.
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My front air is pretty noisey being @4' above the bed makes it sound louder as well. The return ducts in the bedroom are formed by just the ceiling paneling up against the roof trusses with a hole cut for the grill near the exterior wall. Pull the door down on both return grills and using a flashlite and mirror look up towards the A/C. One of my ceiling panels had never been properly glued and stapled to the truss and hung down about an inch on the street side. In effect I didn't have a return duct for the front A/C but was drawing hot air from the attic space between the roof and inner ceiling. I used Gorrilla tape to span the void between ceiling panneling and truss to make it a duct again. I tried construction adhesive and new staples with a prop between bed and ceiling to let the adhesive cure, but it didn't hold first trip out.
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