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Old 06-09-2021, 01:22 PM   #1
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Need source for Cruiseair parts

I am in the Pensacola area and can't find a local source for Cruiseair parts. I have an older Taylor Made 16,000 btu unit. Anyone have a local source or online?

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Did you google it? There is a boat part supplier, I think in Illinois? I’ve gotten a few hard to get parts from there. Damn if I could only remember the name.
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Thanks Donna, I did google it but none of the results were user friendly. I couldn't search my specific part. I'm at sea right now and have sketchy cell and internet.
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You might try Dometic who bought CruiseAir a few years back.
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You might try Dometic who bought CruiseAir a few years back.


If you do call Dometic- ask for Mark Bower in tech support- he was of immense help to me in a Marineaire issue- knows the legacy products and told me that there are others from the various brands they have bought over the years
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By the way, if your AC issues are associated with circuit boards and controls, these folks can help. They repaired my Cruisair main power board to better than new for a very fair price.

https://www.flightsystems.com/rv-gen...r-service.html
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Thanks for all the suggestions. I get back on land tomorrow and can start following up on your suggestions.

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I contacted Dometic about my A/C and they told me politely that my unit was obsolete and they couldn't help. I found a number for Cruisair Southeast. Called and spoke with a guy named Dwayne and he told me that the parts I needed were being used in current models, gave me the part numbers. He could not sell them to me, only to dealers. Ordered them from a dealer and had a local A/C company install them. Good as new!
Woo hoo!

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....and what sort of parts are they?
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Start capacitor, run capacitor, relay. Relay was only thing I couldn't find local.
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Which relay? I ask because that sort of feedback info (including sources) can be helpful in the future to other forum members with similar equipment....me, for example. Thanks
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