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RE: removing WELDEX back/up monitor

Mine was doing something similar and the camera was bad. I bought a new one from rvcams.com. They do have a color replacement
JackMS 09/07/19 08:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dometic roof top ac unit

One motor I had was squealing and I sprayed some wd40 or similar on the motor bearings. It had set for a while and this got it going. Another time on another AC the motor wouldn’t spin. Had an AC guy look at it and he replaced some bushings on the motor mounts. They had let the motor settle down and it wouldn’t spin. If I remember correctly the bushings were about $10. Plus the service call of course. If you could get the fan to run long enough you could tell if it is getting cold, especially with top cover off you could see if lines are getting cold or not
JackMS 09/07/19 07:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dometic roof top ac unit

My rear AC quit blowing cold about 7-8 years ago. I called a mobile tech who checked it and said the Freon leaked out. I had him put a port on it. He charged me about $5 for the part and the service call. I put a little pressure in and found the leak. A hole was rubbed through a line. My buddy brazed it up. I pressure checked it again, pulled vacuum and charged. Worked great for a few years. Quit again but couldn’t find a leak this time. I bought a can of stop leak for R-22 and put it in, after pulling vacuum, and recharged again. Knock on wood it has been working since. Been about 5-6 years now. Not saying this will work for every problem but I spent a little time and a few dollars and so far so good. My front a/c is on the third unit. First one lost Freon about a year after I bought it. Was replaced under warranty. Lasted about a year and it leaked out. I replaced that one so when my rear unit went out, I just figured I would try to fix it and see if it would work.
JackMS 08/10/19 09:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: UPDATE: Hard starting Cummins ISM

If your separator is the type with the clear glass on top, there is usually an anti backflow valve in the outlet fitting. Very simple construction- a plastic cage with a ball and spring in it. Any bit of trash can cause a long crank situation, but it takes a while after shutting down to show up. If your engine is running and you shut it down and immediately restart, does it start better? If so then probably not that check valve.
JackMS 04/15/19 09:24am Class A Motorhomes
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