Servicing a Dometic Freshjet 2200 what is involved?

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  1. MJG1959

    MJG1959 Read Only Funster

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    As per title.

    Mainly is this a DIY prospect?

    Thanks.
     
  2. dave newell lvs

    dave newell lvs Trader-Vehicle Services

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    Clean the filters, I think that's about all you can do in terms of servicing on these units.

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    From Dometic

    http://www.my-caravanning.com/en/pr...-air-conditioners/Dometic-FreshJet-1100/59440

    10 Cleaning the roof air conditioner
    A
    ➤ Clean the housing of the roof air conditioner and the air outlet unit occasionally
    with a damp cloth.
    ➤ Regularly remove leaves and other dirt from the ventilation grilles
    (fig.61, page 7) of the roof air conditioner. Make sure you do not
    damage the grilles in the process.
    ➤ Clean the remote control with a slightly damp cloth from time to time. We
    recommend using a cleaning cloth for glasses to clean the display.

    11 Maintenance of the roof air
    conditioner
    !WARNING!
    Any other maintenance work to that which is described here may
    only be carried out by qualified personnel who are familiar with the
    risks involved when handling refrigerant and air conditioning
    systems as well as the relevant regulations.
    Interval Inspection/maintenance
    Regularly Check the condensation water drainage:
    ➤ Check whether the condensation water drainage channels
    (fig.71, page 7) at the sides of the roof air conditioner are
    clear and the condensation water is able to escape.
    Regularly Clean the filter of the air discharge unit (fig.8, page 7):
    ➤ Manually take off the filter cover (1).
    ➤ Remove the filter (2).
    ➤ Clean the filter (2) with a detergent solution and let it dry.
    ➤ Put the dry filter (2) back in.
    ➤ Put the cover (1) back on.
    Once per year Check the profile seals:
    ➤ Check the seal between the roof air conditioner and the roof of
    the vehicle for cracks and other damage.
    Once per year Have the heat exchanger serviced:
    ➤ Have the heat exchanger of the roof air conditioner serviced
    by specialist workshop.
    Once per year Replace the carbon filter (fig.8, page 7):
    ➤ Manually take off the filter cover (1).
    ➤ Remove the filter (2).
    ➤ Remove the carbon filter (3).
    ➤ Clean the filter (2) with a detergent solution and let it dry.
    ➤ Put a new carbon filter in.
    ➤ Put the dry filter (2) back in.
    ➤ Put the cover (1) back on.
     
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    Thanks a lot guys.
     
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