AC Is Out After A Power Surge

by Mike
(Columbia, KY USA)

Quesion: My RV AC isn't working at all after a power surge. (lightning strike or possibly connected to a 220 power source by mistake) How do I check to see what's damaged?



Robbie: I suggest you don't check the AC yourself, it does require a qualified tech to test safely and there are start and run capasitors that can case serious injury if handled incorrectly.

Robbie

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