This is my first post and I hope it works. I own a 2002 Southwind 37U that has approx. 14,000 miles on it. I have had a lot of problems with this motorhome and have been unable to talk to anyone at the dealership except the operator. Fleetwood chooses to ignore my complaints, verbal or written. Anyway, my front airconditioner, Coleman, has not functioned in two years. I have tried to find someone to service it but have been told by three different dealers that they do not work on them. I finally found a residential airconditioning shop that said they would take a look at it. They could find nothing wrong with the unit itself. Coleman has been very sympathetic but have not been able to recommend a solution. I have been able to fix the defects in this motorhome myself, except for the ice maker that I was able to have replaced at a dealer. So I tracked down the Intellitec Electronic Control system and noticed a clicking sound coming from the control module mounted in the electrical cabinet. I turned the switch to "Test" and the airconditioner came on and cooled perfectly. But when I turn the test mode off and set the thermostat it starts shedding and the compressor won't come on. If I turn on both air conditioners, even though I am plugged into a 30 amp service, the rear air will work and the front sheds. If I put the front in test and turn on the rear they both cool. I tried to contact General Dynamics and all I can do is leave a message. They don't return the phone calls. Does anyone know of a different thermostat control unit that I can purchase to replace this faulty unit? I used the motorhome all last summer with only one air conditioner because I couldn't get anyone to service it and wasn't smart enough to track down the problem. I have become a pretty good motorhome repairman even though the unit is still under warranty. I look forward to your response. Please don't tell me how stupid I was for buying a Fleetwood product in the first place. I have already been told that.