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There's no need to suffer the Florida heat. We can repair or replace your RV rooftop air conditioner.

Are you facing issues with your RV rooftop air conditioner again during the scorching Florida summer? Don't worry! Quick Fix Air Conditioning is here to help. No matter the brand of your air conditioner, whether it's Coleman, Gree, LG, Mach, Dometic, or any other, we've got you covered.

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Oour experienced team at Quick Fix Air Conditioning will take care of it for you. With 30 years of experience working with various brands like Coleman, Gree, LG, Mach, Dometic, and more, we guarantee top-quality service.

Is your RV rooftop air conditioner not functioning properly? Before reaching out to us, try the following troubleshooting steps:

Start by checking your power source. Remember, your rooftop RV air conditioner doesn't run on battery power, so ensure it's properly plugged in and check the breakers for any tripped switches.

Running one RV rooftop air conditioner requires 30 amps of power. If you’re already using 30 amps, you’ll need to limit the operation of other appliances such as the water heater, microwave, and fridge while the AC is running to avoid tripping the breaker.

If you have two air conditioners, you’ll need 50 amps of power or a generator. As a general guideline, a single air conditioner requires 4,000 watts, while two air conditioners require 5,500 watts. Using a surge guard can be helpful as it cuts off power during low voltage situations, protecting your air conditioner and electrical equipment.

If you have three or more air conditioners in your RV but are running on a 50-amp service, consider installing a power management system. This will allow two air conditioners to run simultaneously, preventing overpowering of your coach.

It’s advisable not to run your rooftop air conditioner and other high-power appliances simultaneously to avoid overloading and damaging the air conditioning unit.

Is your RV rooftop air conditioner still not functioning properly? Proceed with the following checks:

Inspect the DC power and thermostats. The air conditioner operates on 110 to 120 volts, while the thermostat relies on 12-volt DC power. Check the fuse box to ensure no fuses are blown. Additionally, check your battery to ensure it has sufficient charge.

For digital thermostats, make sure they are displaying a green light. In the case of analog thermostats, remove the cover and use a meter to check for power. If power is present, it should reach the correct temperature.

If your air conditioner is not functioning despite these checks, it’s time to investigate potential blockages or damage:

Check the air flow by removing the shroud of your air conditioner. Look for any nests created by birds, spiders, or mud daubers. These critters often obstruct the air flow, resulting in reduced cooling performance.

If there are no pest-related obstructions, inspect the back of your air conditioning unit for any cracked fins. Hail or storm damage can cause such cracks.

Finally, if everything else seems fine, ensure that your air filter is clean. If it’s dirty, use soap and water for an easy spot fix.

It’s essential to address these seemingly minor issues because bird nests, wasp nests, and dirty air filters can restrict air flow over the condenser. This can lead to the condenser freezing up, causing a complete lack of air flow until it thaws.

Still unable to resolve the problem? Call us, and our experienced team at Quick Fix Air Conditioning will take care of it for you. 407-710-8982