Carrier Air Quit Working In Trailer

Question: We just got a FEMA trailer and the air stopped working but we still have lights. We have a Carrier air on top of it. Can anyone help?



Robbie: I am sure I can help you I just need more information:

  • First, check your circuit breaker that it hasn't tripped.


  • I'm also curious if you have any 110 at all, like the microwave, t.v., etc.?


  • Does the roof air conditioner make any noise at all when you turn it on?


  • Where are the controls for the air conditioner? Are they on the wall, on the ceiling with the a.c. or do you use a remote (hand held)?


    • Robbie @ Warford's RV Service

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Aug 27, 2014
Carrier V Ducted AC With Handheld Remote
by: Anonymous

It works perfectly on generator but when we switch to regular 110 it doesn't work. Steady green light on it, so we know the 12V is working on it. Back unit works fine so we know it is something with this unit, not a power issue. Help!!! BTW, I called Carrier and they don't make RV units any longer and have no technical support for it.

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