RV Air Conditioner

Don’t we all wish we could invest in things that lasted forever? There are few things we can buy once in our lifetimes and never take care of. Possessions need TLC, care and maintenance in order to keep running. Out of all of your rv accessories,your rooftop  rv air conditioner is one of the most important pieces to have work. During the summer months, not having an AC unit can be miserable. If you have kids in tow, you will hear about it every second during the whole ride to the closest rv repair shop. But when you have an rv air conditioner on your roof, it’s hard to get up there to see what’s going on. Too often, people just haul their rv in without even taking a look at what’s going on. The roof-mounted AC unit is extremely popular, and is featured on most of the current rvs on the road. One common complaint with the roof mounted rv air conditioner is what is called the freeze up condition. This is when the air conditioner unit drips water inside the rv, and the air blowing into the rv is not cold. The fan still works, but it does not deliver cold air. This is an extremely common problem, and there are a few things you can do to make sure this doesn’t happen. You should take the time to clean the filter on the rooftop unit often. You can use pressurized water and/or compressed air to push impurities out of your filter. This will make sure that the filter does not become clogged and start affecting the performance of your AC unit. You should also check the condenser a few times a year to make sure it is working properly. Look at the condenser for blocks like debris or leaves. Also be sure that the condenser is straight. You can use a radiator comb to straighten any crushed fins within the condenser, which will give you a better performance. Be careful when you do this, as the fins are thin and can be easily torn. If you still experience problems with your AC unit, take it into a professional. There are many other problems that can go wrong with your AC, and it should be checked out on a regular basis. A mechanic’s eye on a yearly basis can make sure that any small problem can be fixed before it becomes a serious issue.  RV Parts Country has all your air conditioner needs with a low prices.