When it’s hot outside the last thing you want to break in your RV is one of the most common things to break. That is your RV’s air conditioner. Now, it’s way easier to replace the entire AC unit but if you’re like me, you’re not super excited to shell out full price on a brand new AC unit plus installation from a certified RV technician.
There are a lot of replaceable things that could go wrong like your fan, capacitor, or even the freeze stat. In this week’s tech tip Tuesday, Todd talks about some of the things to look at when your RV AC goes down.