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Old 08-07-2016, 01:11 PM   #11
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Can all owners please tell me if your a/c shuts off with thermostat temp...my compressors cycle by temp but fans stays on all the time
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Old 08-07-2016, 02:14 PM   #12
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Can all owners please tell me if your a/c shuts off with thermostat temp...my compressors cycle by temp but fans stays on all the time
Yes, mine do but when I first got the coach, the fan on the air unit was set to low instead of auto so even after the temp was reached, the fan kept running. Just go to the fan setting and select auto.
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Old 08-07-2016, 02:23 PM   #13
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I have fans set to auto and they still run all of the time
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Old 08-07-2016, 02:50 PM   #14
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My fan stays on when on auto as well. I kind of like it though. Less noticeable when the compressor kicks on
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My fan stays on when on auto as well. I kind of like it though. Less noticeable when the compressor kicks on
Hello your a new owner? There are a few of us who got the intial Isata 5
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I've had my DX3 since Easter. Not sure if the different model makes a difference or not.
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According to Dometic/Atwood...
If it is an Atwood and it is on “auto” the fan will run all the time and the compressor will kick in/out when necessary. If it is a Coleman or a Dometic, the fans should shut off on “auto”.
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Lucky me I have the Atwoods
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I am sure the fan will have shorter life though
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According to Dometic/Atwood...
If it is an Atwood and it is on “auto” the fan will run all the time and the compressor will kick in/out when necessary. If it is a Coleman or a Dometic, the fans should shut off on “auto”.
I would be VERY interested in knowing why they decided to change something that has been standard in the industry for such a long time?

Why even have an 'Auto'?
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