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Edward

Newbie
Joined
Nov 22, 2021
Messages
2
2006 W24. Read about issues where unit does not blow cold. No leaks. Unit serviced. Trying new expansion valve this week. Is this an airflow across the condenser issue? Should I be thinking about installing another fan? Or has someone come up with a good fix?
 

bpaikman

RVF Supporter
Joined
Jun 25, 2020
Messages
552
Location
Lake Jackson, Texas
RV Year
2014
RV Make
Newmar
RV Model
Ventana LE 3436
RV Length
35 feet
TOW/TOAD
2013 Subaru Crosstrek - manual, flat tow
Fulltimer
No
We had a 2006 Winnebago on a Freightliner.. And the cab A/C was a near-constant issue. We would have it fixed - it usually was needing coolant.. It was never very impressive at cooling, but , hey, we're in Texas. We finally installed a curtain on the tension rod separating the cab area from the house, and it helped.
When it hit 85 outside, we'd turn on the 2 windshield fans. In extreme heat (90+) we'd turn on the house AC.
But I realize this doesn't sound like your problem. I just wanted to chime in that we had issues, too. However, we were able to get cool air occasionally.
 

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