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Old 05-25-2018, 01:14 AM   #1
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AC thermostat reading 32 F

We have a 2017 voltage toy hauler. The main zone, in the living room, is reading 32 degrees F on the thermostat therefore, the AC will not kick on even though it is about 74 inside. The other two zones AC are working perfectly. Does anyone know how to solve this problem?
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Old 05-25-2018, 01:19 AM   #2
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We have a 2017 voltage toy hauler. The main zone, in the living room, is reading 32 degrees F on the thermostat therefore, the AC will not kick on even though it is about 74 inside. The other two zones AC are working perfectly. Does anyone know how to solve this problem?
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You might try resetting the thermostat.
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2016 Voltage is doing the same thing

We have come back to our toyhauler and it has been over 80 degrees inside. This has happened twice in the last week. We think the RV park is having power surveys and that may be causing it. Zone 1 says inside temp is 32 degrees, so it will not come on. How do you reset the thermostat?
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We have come back to our toyhauler and it has been over 80 degrees inside. This has happened twice in the last week. We think the RV park is having power surveys and that may be causing it. Zone 1 says inside temp is 32 degrees, so it will not come on. How do you reset the thermostat?

Not knowing which thermostat you have I can offer this.


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Something in the link should work for you.
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If you have the Dometic CCC2 thermostat...

https://rvseniormoments.files.wordpr...r_recovery.pdf
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We have a 2017 voltage toy hauler. The main zone, in the living room, is reading 32 degrees F on then thermostat therefore, the AC will not kick on even though it is about 74 inside. The other two zones AC are working perfectly. Does anyone know how to solve this problem?
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Is it possible your thermostat is set to read in Celsius? 32C would be 90F. On my Dometic thermostat, pressing the + & - buttons together changes from F to C.
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Hi All - My wife is the screen name "Frogster". I had her type the original as i was working on it. After sitting on the phone with our dealer who did give me a couple of those troubleshooting ideas it still didnt work. I turned off the unit for a bit and it still didnt work. I turned off the whole RV and unplugged it and still nothing. Coincidentally the next day I try messing with it again and it started working. It worked the rest of our trip that was 4 more days with no problems. I was set to take the RV into the shop, but we all know how long it tends to sit in these shops so I opted out. Last week I went and ran the generator at the storage and turned the AC on to see if it would do the "32 degrees" problem again and it did not. I am not sure what happened, but will continue to watch it. Our warranty is up in Sept of this year. Happy Camping!
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Hi All - My wife is the screen name "Frogster". I had her type the original as i was working on it. After sitting on the phone with our dealer who did give me a couple of those troubleshooting ideas it still didnt work. I turned off the unit for a bit and it still didnt work. I turned off the whole RV and unplugged it and still nothing. Coincidentally the next day I try messing with it again and it started working. It worked the rest of our trip that was 4 more days with no problems. I was set to take the RV into the shop, but we all know how long it tends to sit in these shops so I opted out. Last week I went and ran the generator at the storage and turned the AC on to see if it would do the "32 degrees" problem again and it did not. I am not sure what happened, but will continue to watch it. Our warranty is up in Sept of this year. Happy Camping!
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October 1st; 32 degrees. LOL. Hope not.
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