was all hyped up for my big Blue Ridge Parkway tour and my last
stopover in Georgia was at Tallulah Gorge State Park. I honestly
have no way of knowing for sure if low voltage at the campground
caused my A/C problem or not, but a little while after hooking
up, I realized my house was getting warmer instead of cooler.
The fan worked, but the compressor wasn't kicking on. Of course
it was a weekend when I could get no service, and with temps in
the 90's it was a pretty miserable couple of days. I left on Monday
and headed toward Asheville to look for a repair shop. Todd's
RV had been recommended by another service I had called on the
way who didn't work on basement model A/C's.
I called and spoke to Phil Brown, the service manager, he said
they were pretty booked up but he took pity on me and my mom and
told me to come in that afternoon so he could check it out. The
tech who worked on my motorhome, Mark, explained that the first
stage compressor relay jumper wire had burned up. So he installed
new wire, checked all terminals and in less than 2 hours I was
cooled off and on the road again.
was extremely grateful for and impressed with the attitude and
level of service I received here.
factory authorized by Winnebago and Monaco, among others. If you
need service in the Asheville area, I recommend you check them
out. And tell Phil and Mark that Malia sends her warm regards
now that she's cool again!