Question about Dometic Rooftop RV Air Conditioner
I have a Salem 408loft and want to know what model number Dometic unit to put in the front bedroom. It is already wired and has a Dometic thermostat? No dealers can help (which I think is odd)? any help would be great.
You can use Dometic Brisk Air II model for your RV. It has 13,500 BTU capacity. I used this air conditioning unit for last 2 years on my RV truck. If you want to know more about this unit, you can check this link. https://coolingmyrv.com/
Posted on Jan 29, 2018
Usually 13,000 in front but if enough power and you don't mind the more expensive one go 15,000
Posted on Nov 14, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I replaced one unite with another and the wires are differance colors the old unites wires are red,purple,yellow,bleck and white the new one have orange,brown,cream,darkpurple,and white
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
My Unit is only about 5 years old; but it's working great now. I spoke to a man at an RV service department, he suggest replacing the thermostate and Jay box, which is the box inside my roof unit, accessable when I remove the filter. When I replaced the thermostate nothing changed, but the Jay box did the trick. The Jay Box came with a new thermostate anyway, and cost around $80. Good Luck
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
check the compressor winding resistance from common to start
start to run
run to common
the two lowest should equil the highest
also check shorted to ground
check the capacitors the go bad a lot
Posted on May 17, 2009
Just a guess, as I am not familiar with the solar assist, if the stat is wall mounted I would remove it and verify if there is wither standard batteries, or a "watch" style battery. hope this helps
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
Is it a ducted system? If yes, check that there isn't gaps between the divider that separates return air at the front, with forced(cold) air. You can usually use a flashlight and look for gaps, or even (very carefully) feel it blowing cold into the warm air return. If you find some gaps, buy some foil tape, and tape them off good and retry and see if it still happens. Some older units experienced cracks in drip trays that allowed condensation to drip inside as well. Get back to me with year of your RV, and whether it's ducted or non-ducted system, and perhaps I can guide you better on what to look for.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
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