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Old 09-15-2016, 02:09 PM   #1
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how do i find were the control transformer is. and how do i get to it i have a 2000 winnebago adventure.
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Old 09-15-2016, 02:15 PM   #2
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how do i find were the control transformer is. and how do i get to it i have a 2000 winnebago adventure.
do i have to take the unit out were is it located i found the furnas part but when i took it out i dot see the air parts
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Hopefully this irv2.com thread can help you. Duner is our resident expert on basement heat pumps/air conditioners.
I think the transformer is in the electrical panel at top left of the unit. You don't need to remove the unit from the MH to work in the electrical panel.

Locate the data-plate on your unit, use it to look-up service documents here: http://www.airxcel.com/coleman-mach/service-support
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I am not sure these unjits have a control transformer (110VAC to 12V dc) as a home system has. It uses 12vdc from battery/converter to operate controls.
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thanks your pictures showed me how to get to the unit. some thinks the 12 volt system feeds the thermostat not a 24 volt transform.
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the 12 volt system is working , but there is no voltage to the thermostat so i cant tell what voltage powers it.
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Check the fuse on the tstat board.
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I am not sure these unjits have a control transformer (110VAC to 12V dc) as a home system has. It uses 12vdc from battery/converter to operate controls.
Your are correct of course. I had a senior moment,-er, day. there is no transformer. And yes, the thermostat is 12VDC. Mine had a corroded connection on the back, cleaned it and everything has been fine since.
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