Sure will let you know. I goggled the problem and here is what one guy said who is from Arlington, TX. This might help you.
As promised I am reporting on our Dometic A/C repair.
All is well !!!
I finally found an RV service shop in Denton, Tx that has some techs who are very experienced, knowledgeable and proactive. They attacked the problem with success as the result. Based on our experience, anyone who is having noise and vibration problems with their Dometic A/C’s can stop by and are very likely to depart 3 hours later with normal A/C sounds and no abnormal, irritating noise / vibration.
If you need help, contact Barry Ernest, Ron Carlsen, or the service tech, Roger Crawford at Best Value RV & Sales, 7201 N I-35, Denton, Tx - 940-387-2878.
We didn’t need to, but if you are full-timer and your repair takes longer than a couple of hours, you can stay in your rv overnight at their shop. There’s also an rv park about 10 miles away that has lots of easy-access, 90’ pull-thru sites -- McClain’s Campsite in Sanger, Tx
McClains Campsite, McClain's Campsite Sanger, TX Home
the RV A/C's were making lots of noise and driving us nuts... I decoded to find someone who could help me fix the problem and Best Value rv repair in Denton was highly recommended. They added an additional gasket to keep the compressor bolts from banging on the roof plus a couple of other fixes and now the A/c's are normal sounding. Normal in this case isn't perfect but we can at least hear the TV.