Our 2007 Scamp
13' A/C unit works great, with one exception. The compressor cycles on and off as it should, however, when the compressor is off, and the fan running, the unit seems to be bringing in some outside air which adds humidity to the inside of the trailer. Shouldn't the a/c unit fan be recycling the inside air when the compressor is off instead of blowing humid outside air into the trailer?
Our A/C unit has "low fan, high fan, low A/C, high A/C settings ( and of course a thermostat to control the compressor) so there's no options to change the "air source/flow" the A/C is receiving and passing along into the trailer.