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Old 07-07-2015, 09:34 PM   #1
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Air conditioning in 2015 233s

We went camping in Pueblo state park a couple of weeks ago. Once we got set up in the 95 degree weather, we tried turning on the air to cool off. Nothing! Husband finally took the cover off and the plug had came undone. He can get the plug together enough to turn on but not so it "clicks" together. Do we need to take it in to the dealer to get it plugged together or do you know a secret..??

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Photos help out lots. Some one on here can help I'm sure of it.


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Have you tried resetting the circuit breaker
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Old 07-08-2015, 01:16 AM   #4
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If it aint clickin', it aint stickin...unplug the coach. The start cap has a bleed resistor so you cant get bit. Go ahead and try to get the ears on the plug to engage the catches onthe opposite plug. Anything less than 100% success means it goes in for warranty. You just shouldnt have to put up with it taped together when its new...
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