• Coleman 83303362 Thermostat
Coleman 83303362 Thermostat

Coleman 83303362 Thermostat

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  • T-Stat Wall Analog Heat/Cool
  • Brand: Airxcel
  • Part Number: 8330-3362
  • Country of Origin: China

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Here's the way to do this!I have a Coleman Mach 135000 btu A/C installed in my travel trailer. I hate the A/C and the fan running all of the time in hot weather especially when I sleep because I cannot get a restful night while that sob is constantly operating. So, I called Airxcel customer/technical support and explained to them my situation and what I wanted to accomplish by adding a thermostat to A/C. I told them that this was a Coleman Mach and it was the 48000 series. They verified the fact that this model of their product line could have a thermostat attached but this would require two things: a new control unit and a thermostat that would work with the control unit. The guy was great. He gave me the part numbers for both part numbers and suggested that I visit Camping World to either get the parts or order them. Just for the heck of it, since I am an Amazon Prime customer, I decided to investigate Amazon to see if they carried these parts. They, indeed, to my surprise and exhilaration they not only carried the parts but they were Prime delivered in 2 days.The parts arrived on time. However, there were no instructions except to install the 83303362 Thermostat and that was for the wiring. So I looked "installation instructions for the Coleman Mach 8330752 Control Unit and I obtained a 12 page instruction manual on how to install the unit. These instructions were for more than the 8330752 and included other units that Airxcel manufactured so be careful and read for the 8330753 selectively. The problem with these instructions is that it did not tell you how to mount the control unit. So, my friend and I tried to figure out where to put this in this small space without any help from Airxcel. My friend and I are both in our middle 70's and between us we have the strength and intellect of one good man. All of sudden as we put light on the upper unit of the A/C box we saw to screws sticking out in a specific are that we had to reach up along side the side of the A/C box. This position is directly opposite the A/C Blower along the front wall of the A/C. The wings of he Control unit are prepunched with the holes that match the screws exactly. Do not be afraid to put a light up there to find that location. You will see a flat wall with the two screws exactly aligned fro the control unit. Before you get to mounting this new control unit take the old control unit out. Make sure the AC power is off and the dc power is also off. Disconnect the AC power supply from the old control unit and remove the knobs from that unit so you can take it out of the retainer. The currently installed AC 14-2 electrical wire was not long enough to reach the new install location. So be prepared to have extra 14-2 wire to splice to your original AC power supply so that it will reach the new location and wire the new control unit as appropriate. Read you download instructions and there is a specific section on the 8330752 Cool only Control unit that I purchased for wiring the unit with thermostat wire. I purchased at Lowes 20 feet of thermostat wire for $0.81 per foot which had 8 colors of 18 guage wire. You will need most of them. So we wire the control unit box to the thermostat wire and then attached the freeze sensor supplied with the control unit kit. Then we mounted the control unit to to the two screws in the mounting area. Now you wire the other end of the thermostat wire to the connections on the Thermostat itself. That was all well and good until we found that that the thermostat required DC power hot and negative. The directions said that you have to have this power source come from the batter. Ok...in my travel trailer we looked for the closet area that would make sense to mount the Thermostat and have a power source so make sure you think this out because red and white wires from the Thermostat receive their power from that to operate. As soon as that is done, you will see the digital face of the Thermostat will light up with the current temperature of the room.Now test your unit. Since mine is only Cool only, it was set for Fan Mode -Auto Cool, Thermostat-Cool, and Fan Speed High. Set a temperature by pressing the up or down buttons. We set the buttons for 60 degrees to get the unit to start because it was about 70 inside the RV. Be patient as the unit takes a minute or so to reach the temperature and start. And, start it did. After it ran for five minutes pour out really cold air, we set it for a temperature lower than the room temperature setting to see if it would shut off. Be patient, after 20 to 30 seconds it will shut off. We repeated this process 5 more times to test the situation. It worked.Now here is some more info for this process. First remove the A/C filters on both sides. Once you do this you will see the location for four screw mounts that hold up that grill. Remove the screws and set them aside and also this is a good time to clean you A/C filters before you put them back in again. Once that grill is removed , remove the control knobs, and then remove 4 more screws that hold that bracket in place. Remove the screws of the old control unit and disconnect the AC power. That will make your life easier.Ok, that is it. Hope that this helps because you get very little from Airxcel. And Airxcel if you are reading this, you need to really come up with some directions or produce a Youtube video. 5Great upgrade from a mechanical thermostatGreat thermostat and much better than the mechanical thermostat that came in my Jayco 26BH!I tried to go the DIY route last year and buy an a cheap house thermostat to use in my camper and even installed a micro toggle switch to retain the hi/low fan speed function. When I installed the hack job thermostat, I must have crossed some wires trying to figure out the differences in the wiring colors between the camper and house thermostat. As a result, I blew a fuse and popped the "secret reset switch" on my Atwood furnace. Sine my furnace fed power to the thermostat, I did not have A/C on that hot day.After fixing my power problem, I ordered the Coleman digital thermostat and installed it. The wires on the new thermostat were the same color as the old mechanical Coleman so installation was really simple. The A/C cycles a little more often with the new thermostat installed but gone are the nights where I would wake up freezing because the mechanical thermostat took too long to sense the temperature change and shut off. I'm very happy I made this upgrade. 5Ordered white, received black. Otherwise okayThe unit I received was black, but this listing seems to show a white one, and I don't see an option to change it. Not a big deal in my case since my RV is ugly anyway, but if it's important to you and you don't want to mess with returns you might consider the chance you'll get a black one.Otherwise functional. Used as a replacement for an analog unit to control a rooftop AC with separate gas furnace. Only weird thing was the high fan and cool fan wires seemed to be reversed. I checked the continuity and connections to the control unit, and those seemed correct, so I just switched the "GL" and "GH" wires on the control unit and all functioned as expected. I can't definitively say it's a fault with the thermostat, so no points off for that. 4Direct replacement for analog thermostatA direct replacement for my older RV analog thermostat. Six wire hookup took less than 10 minutes to install. Same bolt pattern to mount to the wall. It keeps the temperature within 1-2 degrees of set point. I like seeing the actual temperature on the front, and it has ALL the same functions as the old one. You DO NOT have to modify this one for high/low speed fan control as it already has the switch built in. 5Really bad temperature control due to temperature sensor design... doesn't measure air temp!We bought this to replace an analog Coleman thermostat in our Jayco Eagle, as you never knew what temp it was or what the setpoint was and we were constantly dealing with severely lagging controls and too hot or too cold when the air or heat would stay on way too long or turn on way later than needed. This thermostat seems to be worse! Set heat at 71... room temp based on thermometer right next to the thermostat was at 79F and climbing with furnace propane still going... but the thermostat saying room temp was 70! I have concluded that the tiny air holes in the thermostat do not really pass enough air to measure the air temperature... it seems to be measuring the wall temperature which was still cooler ... this is totally unacceptable, as it could get to 90 air temperature before the camper wall structure gets to 71. I'm trying to decide if I return it or design a mini air circulator to force air past the thermostat if I can fin inside where the sensor is and have access to it. For this expensive of a thermostat I can't believe everyone isn't complaining about it. 1perfect upgraded replacementDirect replacement for old non-digital thermostat. Even fit same holes for screws. I have to laugh at the people who bought a standard home thermostat, and adapted in a switch to get high and low fan. That actually had to drill an extra hole in the wall to accommodate it. Spend the couple extra dollars and install the correct part, the time you save is worth the few dollars you save. And this thing is actually powered by the furnace unit, so you don't have battery replacements to worry about (or pay for). Just my 2 cents... 5Extremely happy with itAmazingly easy 15 minute self install. Better than having to pay over $1000 for a new air conditioner, which is what I thought was in my future. Mounted on the same holes on the original box as the old one. Although, it is larger than the original. I did need 2 longer screws. The same colored 6 wires out of the wall connected to the same colored wires coming from the new thermostat; blue, white, red, grey, yellow, and green (I read all of the reviews and none of them said what the wire colors were. So, I wanted to be sure to put them in my review.). All the wires on the new thermostat control the same climate control functions (compressor, low fan, high fan, and furnace along with the blue ground and red power wires. The controls and digital readout of the room temperature and set temps is a great improvement over the old analog thermostat that I had. I am very happy with this purchase. It arrived in 2 days, which was 5 days faster than the earliest promised date of delivery. I attached a picture of my old thermostat that this one replaced perfectly. 5Very happy. Was a perfect replacement for my analog thermostat ...Very happy. Was a perfect replacement for my analog thermostat that had stopped working, and very easy to install. Would have liked it if the LED temp readout was backlit when operating the controls, but... hey, it's for a camper. Flashlights abound on-board. And we're supposed to be "roughing it" anyway, right? 5Good product and directly replaces the Coleman analog unit.Works very well and was directly compatible with my original Coleman analog unit in my RV - including the screw locations. Installed in minutes. Keeps a reasonably constant temperature and lets you see what the actual temperature is - at least at the thermostat. 5Super easy install, great improvement!I am a little intimidated messing with electrical stuff, but after reading reviews here I decided to give it a try and it was a beeeze! I am very happy with the improvement with it over the old slide style we had. It has a much tighter margin for maintaining the set temp. The challenge is there s a pretty good difference between the temp where my thermostat is located and the rest of the trailers living space, a common problem from what I read here. My solution was to set up a digital thermometer in the living space and adjust the thermostat setting accordingly. Problem solved! My only complaint is the price, but that goes for all the RV thermostats. 5
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Description
  • T-Stat Wall Analog Heat/Cool
  • Brand: Airxcel
  • Part Number: 8330-3362
  • Country of Origin: China
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Here's the way to do this!I have a Coleman Mach 135000 btu A/C installed in my travel trailer. I hate the A/C and the fan running all of the time in hot weather especially when I sleep because I cannot get a restful night while that sob is constantly operating. So, I called Airxcel customer/technical support and explained to them my situation and what I wanted to accomplish by adding a thermostat to A/C. I told them that this was a Coleman Mach and it was the 48000 series. They verified the fact that this model of their product line could have a thermostat attached but this would require two things: a new control unit and a thermostat that would work with the control unit. The guy was great. He gave me the part numbers for both part numbers and suggested that I visit Camping World to either get the parts or order them. Just for the heck of it, since I am an Amazon Prime customer, I decided to investigate Amazon to see if they carried these parts. They, indeed, to my surprise and exhilaration they not only carried the parts but they were Prime delivered in 2 days.The parts arrived on time. However, there were no instructions except to install the 83303362 Thermostat and that was for the wiring. So I looked "installation instructions for the Coleman Mach 8330752 Control Unit and I obtained a 12 page instruction manual on how to install the unit. These instructions were for more than the 8330752 and included other units that Airxcel manufactured so be careful and read for the 8330753 selectively. The problem with these instructions is that it did not tell you how to mount the control unit. So, my friend and I tried to figure out where to put this in this small space without any help from Airxcel. My friend and I are both in our middle 70's and between us we have the strength and intellect of one good man. All of sudden as we put light on the upper unit of the A/C box we saw to screws sticking out in a specific are that we had to reach up along side the side of the A/C box. This position is directly opposite the A/C Blower along the front wall of the A/C. The wings of he Control unit are prepunched with the holes that match the screws exactly. Do not be afraid to put a light up there to find that location. You will see a flat wall with the two screws exactly aligned fro the control unit. Before you get to mounting this new control unit take the old control unit out. Make sure the AC power is off and the dc power is also off. Disconnect the AC power supply from the old control unit and remove the knobs from that unit so you can take it out of the retainer. The currently installed AC 14-2 electrical wire was not long enough to reach the new install location. So be prepared to have extra 14-2 wire to splice to your original AC power supply so that it will reach the new location and wire the new control unit as appropriate. Read you download instructions and there is a specific section on the 8330752 Cool only Control unit that I purchased for wiring the unit with thermostat wire. I purchased at Lowes 20 feet of thermostat wire for $0.81 per foot which had 8 colors of 18 guage wire. You will need most of them. So we wire the control unit box to the thermostat wire and then attached the freeze sensor supplied with the control unit kit. Then we mounted the control unit to to the two screws in the mounting area. Now you wire the other end of the thermostat wire to the connections on the Thermostat itself. That was all well and good until we found that that the thermostat required DC power hot and negative. The directions said that you have to have this power source come from the batter. Ok...in my travel trailer we looked for the closet area that would make sense to mount the Thermostat and have a power source so make sure you think this out because red and white wires from the Thermostat receive their power from that to operate. As soon as that is done, you will see the digital face of the Thermostat will light up with the current temperature of the room.Now test your unit. Since mine is only Cool only, it was set for Fan Mode -Auto Cool, Thermostat-Cool, and Fan Speed High. Set a temperature by pressing the up or down buttons. We set the buttons for 60 degrees to get the unit to start because it was about 70 inside the RV. Be patient as the unit takes a minute or so to reach the temperature and start. And, start it did. After it ran for five minutes pour out really cold air, we set it for a temperature lower than the room temperature setting to see if it would shut off. Be patient, after 20 to 30 seconds it will shut off. We repeated this process 5 more times to test the situation. It worked.Now here is some more info for this process. First remove the A/C filters on both sides. Once you do this you will see the location for four screw mounts that hold up that grill. Remove the screws and set them aside and also this is a good time to clean you A/C filters before you put them back in again. Once that grill is removed , remove the control knobs, and then remove 4 more screws that hold that bracket in place. Remove the screws of the old control unit and disconnect the AC power. That will make your life easier.Ok, that is it. Hope that this helps because you get very little from Airxcel. And Airxcel if you are reading this, you need to really come up with some directions or produce a Youtube video. 5Great upgrade from a mechanical thermostatGreat thermostat and much better than the mechanical thermostat that came in my Jayco 26BH!I tried to go the DIY route last year and buy an a cheap house thermostat to use in my camper and even installed a micro toggle switch to retain the hi/low fan speed function. When I installed the hack job thermostat, I must have crossed some wires trying to figure out the differences in the wiring colors between the camper and house thermostat. As a result, I blew a fuse and popped the "secret reset switch" on my Atwood furnace. Sine my furnace fed power to the thermostat, I did not have A/C on that hot day.After fixing my power problem, I ordered the Coleman digital thermostat and installed it. The wires on the new thermostat were the same color as the old mechanical Coleman so installation was really simple. The A/C cycles a little more often with the new thermostat installed but gone are the nights where I would wake up freezing because the mechanical thermostat took too long to sense the temperature change and shut off. I'm very happy I made this upgrade. 5Ordered white, received black. Otherwise okayThe unit I received was black, but this listing seems to show a white one, and I don't see an option to change it. Not a big deal in my case since my RV is ugly anyway, but if it's important to you and you don't want to mess with returns you might consider the chance you'll get a black one.Otherwise functional. Used as a replacement for an analog unit to control a rooftop AC with separate gas furnace. Only weird thing was the high fan and cool fan wires seemed to be reversed. I checked the continuity and connections to the control unit, and those seemed correct, so I just switched the "GL" and "GH" wires on the control unit and all functioned as expected. I can't definitively say it's a fault with the thermostat, so no points off for that. 4Direct replacement for analog thermostatA direct replacement for my older RV analog thermostat. Six wire hookup took less than 10 minutes to install. Same bolt pattern to mount to the wall. It keeps the temperature within 1-2 degrees of set point. I like seeing the actual temperature on the front, and it has ALL the same functions as the old one. You DO NOT have to modify this one for high/low speed fan control as it already has the switch built in. 5Really bad temperature control due to temperature sensor design... doesn't measure air temp!We bought this to replace an analog Coleman thermostat in our Jayco Eagle, as you never knew what temp it was or what the setpoint was and we were constantly dealing with severely lagging controls and too hot or too cold when the air or heat would stay on way too long or turn on way later than needed. This thermostat seems to be worse! Set heat at 71... room temp based on thermometer right next to the thermostat was at 79F and climbing with furnace propane still going... but the thermostat saying room temp was 70! I have concluded that the tiny air holes in the thermostat do not really pass enough air to measure the air temperature... it seems to be measuring the wall temperature which was still cooler ... this is totally unacceptable, as it could get to 90 air temperature before the camper wall structure gets to 71. I'm trying to decide if I return it or design a mini air circulator to force air past the thermostat if I can fin inside where the sensor is and have access to it. For this expensive of a thermostat I can't believe everyone isn't complaining about it. 1perfect upgraded replacementDirect replacement for old non-digital thermostat. Even fit same holes for screws. I have to laugh at the people who bought a standard home thermostat, and adapted in a switch to get high and low fan. That actually had to drill an extra hole in the wall to accommodate it. Spend the couple extra dollars and install the correct part, the time you save is worth the few dollars you save. And this thing is actually powered by the furnace unit, so you don't have battery replacements to worry about (or pay for). Just my 2 cents... 5Extremely happy with itAmazingly easy 15 minute self install. Better than having to pay over $1000 for a new air conditioner, which is what I thought was in my future. Mounted on the same holes on the original box as the old one. Although, it is larger than the original. I did need 2 longer screws. The same colored 6 wires out of the wall connected to the same colored wires coming from the new thermostat; blue, white, red, grey, yellow, and green (I read all of the reviews and none of them said what the wire colors were. So, I wanted to be sure to put them in my review.). All the wires on the new thermostat control the same climate control functions (compressor, low fan, high fan, and furnace along with the blue ground and red power wires. The controls and digital readout of the room temperature and set temps is a great improvement over the old analog thermostat that I had. I am very happy with this purchase. It arrived in 2 days, which was 5 days faster than the earliest promised date of delivery. I attached a picture of my old thermostat that this one replaced perfectly. 5Very happy. Was a perfect replacement for my analog thermostat ...Very happy. Was a perfect replacement for my analog thermostat that had stopped working, and very easy to install. Would have liked it if the LED temp readout was backlit when operating the controls, but... hey, it's for a camper. Flashlights abound on-board. And we're supposed to be "roughing it" anyway, right? 5Good product and directly replaces the Coleman analog unit.Works very well and was directly compatible with my original Coleman analog unit in my RV - including the screw locations. Installed in minutes. Keeps a reasonably constant temperature and lets you see what the actual temperature is - at least at the thermostat. 5Super easy install, great improvement!I am a little intimidated messing with electrical stuff, but after reading reviews here I decided to give it a try and it was a beeeze! I am very happy with the improvement with it over the old slide style we had. It has a much tighter margin for maintaining the set temp. The challenge is there s a pretty good difference between the temp where my thermostat is located and the rest of the trailers living space, a common problem from what I read here. My solution was to set up a digital thermometer in the living space and adjust the thermostat setting accordingly. Problem solved! My only complaint is the price, but that goes for all the RV thermostats. 5
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
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