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Old 29-07-2008, 06:08   #1
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AC not working (My Fault)

We went on a Cruise 110 miles round trip. The night before I did all of the checks that I would normally and I left the AC on so it would be nice when we were loading the stuff on for the weekend. The Cabin was Ice cold when we got on board. We secured everything and headed on our trip. When we got to our transient slip I plugged in the Shore power but I was not able to get the Air to come on. Unfortunately I left the AC on when I went to look at the pedastal. This one was different than the one at my marina and it had a breaker on the pedastal that was off. I turned it on. And everything was ok. The only issue is that since I left the AC on it has not worked since. It is a Cruise Air on a 1998 Regal Any ideas if there is a reset.
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Old 29-07-2008, 13:15   #2
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Every AC unit has a reset switch.it is usually red.Look at your manual.JC.
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