OUR MOBILE SERVICES
O'Neill RV Mobile Services was founded in 1997 by myself Rick O'Neill. I started working in the RV services business in 1984 and it quickly became my passion to make things work. I worked at two dealerships in Albuquerque in the 80's and gained much experience about the RV industry in general during this time. Then in 1990 I quit and opened my own shop in ABQ. I ran that business up to 1998 when I moved to Elephant Butte and started O'Neill's RV Services serving Sierra County. Since then the business has grown from a home based mobile service only business to what we have now which is a full retail parts store, a 2000 sf service shop, 150 RV storage spaces, and we do still provide mobile service to the approximately 23 RV parks in this county. We do restrict our work to the house portion of all RV's leaving the automotive portion to our local auto shops. This business has grown steadily over the years and we now have 4 employees and are looking at expanding the store and shop.
WHAT WE'RE ABOUT
We have recently remodeled our parts store. Feel free to stop by and check it out.
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Where are you located?We are at 300 Rock Canyon Rd. in Elephant Butte. Turn north off hwy 195 at the Marathon gas station and go about 2 blocks north, we are on your left. 2. Hours? Monday thru Saturday usually about 9-5 but it is best to call if you are headed out here to make sure someone is here. We sometimes will close early on special Saturdays. Sometimes we go on service calls and lock up because there is not always someone to leave here.
My air conditioner has been working fine but now it is getting hot and there is very little air flow coming out the vents.This sounds like a classic case of a "freeze up". You have an ice build up on your evaporator coil that is blocking the air flow. The quick solution is to switch the unit to "fan only" for about 20 minutes. This shuts off the compressor and lets the coil warm up to melt off the ice, then the air flow will return. Now you can switch it back to the "cool" mode and it will work correctly again. If you have a ducted unit with a wall thermostat and this condition keeps happening you may have a bad freeze control switch. If you have a direct discharge unit with ceiling controls simply turn the thermostat to a little warmer setting to make the compressor cycle off now and then. This will prevent future freeze ups.
Questions about your RV? Email me or feel free to call.
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