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Posted: August 14 2007 at 10:28 | IP Logged Quote bobdunagan

On my 1998 370 DA, I am having problems with the AC units shutting down with a LO-AC error msg. whether on Gen. or Shore pwr. I have checked the Voltage with 3 different voltometers and it is 115+. Has anyone else ever encountered this?

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Posted: August 14 2007 at 15:15 | IP Logged Quote Davec

There is a message note in the crusair booklet.  Are you sure lo-ac means voltage and not low on freon charge.  I seem to recall reading this when I purchased my boat.

 



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Posted: August 14 2007 at 15:23 | IP Logged Quote djenkins

My crusair manual says LO-AC means low voltage for more than 3 minutes. Results: Shutdown.

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