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HI. goldye here (pronounced goldie). bought a very very old itasca motorhome... runs fine.... but now getting ready for a trip the ac quit.....this is not supposed to happen....bought the RV for my little girl and i to go around iin...

first trip was great...... was supposed to leave tomorrow for lake livingston... but now...no ac...
willl go any way and hope to find someone to help fix it...
i can dream huh?

any way...nice to find y'all.... goldye... :oops:
 

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goldye777 said:
HI. goldye here (pronounced goldie). bought a very very old itasca motorhome... runs fine.... but now getting ready for a trip the ac quit.....this is not supposed to happen....bought the RV for my little girl and i to go around iin...

first trip was great...... was supposed to leave tomorrow for lake livingston... but now...no ac...
willl go any way and hope to find someone to help fix it...
i can dream huh?

any way...nice to find y'all.... goldye... :oops:
Welcome goldye777 and especially the little one - I wish I could help but the chances of me getting to Tanganyika this morning is iffy due to a couple of previous appointments. Best to get yourself a couple of fans I reckon. Most of our probs seem to be with not getting enough heat.

You will have a great time anyway and I wish you a safe journey. Pse come back and tell us all about it with pics if poss.
 

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Welcome to the site, do hope you get the ac fixed and you can do your proposed trip, just had a thought that instead of yobs whilst wild camping you may have to worry about elephants 8O puts our worries about gas attacks into perspective :lol:
 

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The problems with car/vehicle AC is that if its not run throughout the winter, the rubber seals dry up and crack, resulting in refrigerant (gas) leaking out.

Always best to run your AC once or twice a week through the winter to avoid this.

Just something to remember if you are standing you MH up over the winter months.
 

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HelenB said:
Welcome to the site, do hope you get the ac fixed and you can do your proposed trip, just had a thought that instead of yobs whilst wild camping you may have to worry about elephants 8O puts our worries about gas attacks into perspective :lol:
LOL Elephants & gas attacks. Never mind. I thought it was funny.

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goldye777 said:
HI. goldye here (pronounced goldie). bought a very very old itasca motorhome... runs fine.... but now getting ready for a trip the ac quit.....this is not supposed to happen....bought the RV for my little girl and i to go around iin...

first trip was great...... was supposed to leave tomorrow for lake livingston... but now...no ac...
willl go any way and hope to find someone to help fix it...
i can dream huh?

any way...nice to find y'all.... goldye... :oops:
Welcome to the site Goldye and little one. yes do come back with some piccies.

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Hi Goldye and Little one,

Jiffyman could be right regarding the AC. But it could also be something as simple as a blown, loose or corroded fuse. Have you checked them already?

Best Regards,
Gerhard
 

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goldye777 said:
HI. goldye here (pronounced goldie). bought a very very old itasca motorhome... runs fine.... but now getting ready for a trip the ac quit.....this is not supposed to happen....bought the RV for my little girl and i to go around iin...

first trip was great...... was supposed to leave tomorrow for lake livingston... but now...no ac...
willl go any way and hope to find someone to help fix it...
i can dream huh?

any way...nice to find y'all.... goldye... :oops:
:D Hi goldye777. This link may help you to solve your problem:-

http://www.bryantrv.com/trbl.html
 
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