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Old 12-24-2016, 07:15 PM   #1
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any ideas what to lo for inside leaking. Have been in Florida for a week now. All of a sudden the rear AC is dripping from one of the inside exhaust vents. It has never done this before.
Could this contribute to it leaking. I have been running the fans on LOW speed. Just put it back to high.

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any ideas what to lo for inside leaking. Have been in Florida for a week now. All of a sudden the rear AC is dripping from one of the inside exhaust vents. It has never done this before.
Could this contribute to it leaking. I have been running the fans on LOW speed. Just put it back to high.

any ideas.....thanks
The a/c unit might not be tight enough, allowing water to enter the coach from the roof instead of draining off. Try raising the nose of the trailer a little to help direct the water away.
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Old 12-28-2016, 02:06 PM   #3
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any ideas what to lo for inside leaking. Have been in Florida for a week now. All of a sudden the rear AC is dripping from one of the inside exhaust vents. It has never done this before.
Could this contribute to it leaking. I have been running the fans on LOW speed. Just put it back to high.

any ideas.....thanks
A good chance that will fix it. On my old SOB I had accidentally moved my fan switch to low. I never looked at and called out my service guy, he walked in looked at the thermostat flipped it to high told me to give it a few hours and if the dripping continued to call him back. Problem was solved but my wallet was lighter and my ego a little bruised.
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YUP... Putting the fans on high seems to have solved the issue. I also put them on manual fan for a couple days as it was really hot / humid here.
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Can anyone explain why fan speed makes the difference? Is it evaporation rate? I've never heard this before. Could it also be that the drain is clogged a bit and backing up water?
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