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Old 07-14-2020, 01:57 PM   #1
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AC condensation leak

So, we moved our camper on Saturday from Wyoming where we had been since March to an overnight stop at a South Dakota KOA, on Sunday we continued our trip to Larchwood, Iowa. On Sunday night we began to experience water leaking into our coach thru one of the rear living room lights, also no rain whatsoever. We had the ENTIRE roof replaced last September. Ive tried to level the camper with no success? Up to this point we have not had any issues like this? I NEED SOME HELP? Thank yall in advance!
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I would go up and pull the shrouds on the ac units. I feel quite sure your drain holes in the bottom pan are clogged and allowing the water to back up into the duct system or flow into the ceiling. Not much to it so do not be fearful. You may want to go ahead and clean your coils while you have the shrouds off. This will make your system more efficient. You will clearly see the drain holes when you remove the shrouds.
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Plugged Drain on AC

We have a 2017 36RL RW with 2 AC units. After spending 4 months traveling from Calif. to Maine in the humidity we started to smell mildew in the main cabin. We took the unit into the dealer in Los Banos for warranty work and asked them to look into the the odor issue. They took the AC covers off and found the coils were dirty and the drain was plugged. Once the units were cleaned the odor went away.
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I would go up and pull the shrouds on the ac units. I feel quite sure your drain holes in the bottom pan are clogged and allowing the water to back up into the duct system or flow into the ceiling. Not much to it so do not be fearful. You may want to go ahead and clean your coils while you have the shrouds off. This will make your system more efficient. You will clearly see the drain holes when you remove the shrouds.
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