My AC Is Not Cooling In My Pop-up Trailer, Only Blowing Hot Air

by Tim
(Wardell, MO)

Question: My AC is not cooling on my pop up. It cooled last year but this year it is blowing hot air.

Robbie: Could be a number of items causing it not to cool. You need to realize there are a lot of components that need to work to make the air cool. It could be as simple as a thermastat or a bad connection or a bad compressor. My point is there is really no advise I can give other than you calling a qualified tech to test the system for you. Even if you have unplugged your RV there are components in your AC that hold voltage and can knock you on your butt if touched, please don't try yourself.

Good Luck,

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Jun 21, 2016
Ac Cools then stops periodically in popup camper
by: Andi

If we turn it off for an hour or so, it will cool again. What is causing this?

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