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Re: Rebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. by Joe
Post New Message Is it possible that it may be drawing air from somewhere else than through the evaporater? Those temperatures seem normal. Freezing up is an indication that not enough air is passing through the evaporater or too much humidity, or the expansion valve tube isn't sensing the coldness of the evaporater. The other thing is that the "Truck" A/C will not cool the entire motorhome. Some motorhomes have a curtain that you draw closed behind you to keep the cold air in the drivers compartment cool so if you don't want to run the generator and the roof air you will still be cool.
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Post New MessageRebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. Robert 7-31-02  
  Reply to MessageRe: Rebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. Joe 7-31-02  
  Reply to MessageRe: Rebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. Sam Watson 8-1-02  
  Reply to MessageRe: Rebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. Joe 8-1-02  
  Reply to MessageRe: Rebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. Mallie 11-22-02  
    Reply to MessageRe: Rebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. Robert 7-31-02  
      Reply to MessageRe: Rebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. Joe 7-31-02  
        Reply to MessageRe: Rebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. Parker 8-3-02  
          Reply to MessageRe: Rebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. Sam Watson 8-4-02  
            Reply to MessageRe: Rebuilt truck a/c not cooling as it should. Rob 9-9-02  
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