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Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner Not Cooling


Atwood air command not blowing cold air, not tripping any breakers, fan runs fine. Any tips?


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There could be several reasons that you Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner, # AT15028-22 is having difficulty cooling. Most of the time it comes down to air circulation being restricted. First ensure all air filters are clean and serviceable. If you need a replacement filter, we have the Replacement Air Filter for Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioners, # AT15066. Next step, clean the coil/fins on your AC unit. The condenser coil is located on the outside and usually visible at the back of the air conditioner while the evaporator coil is set deeper inside the air conditioner.

If everything is clean and serviceable, no restricted air flow, ensure you are not having power supply issues. Low voltage will cause the RV air conditioner to operate properly. The Hughes Autoformers Voltage Booster with Surge Protection, # HU24FR will help to boost voltage. Hughes Autoformers Voltage Boosters respond by automatically boosting voltage when low levels are detected. As voltage drops, electrical circuits respond by increasing amps. The booster converts the increased amps into volts to keep your connection strong. If volts drop below a usable threshold, it automatically cuts off power.

If you discover it finally time to replace, we have the Atwood Air Command Rooftop RV Air Conditioner, # AT15028-22 available.

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