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A/C questions 1 year 1 month ago #1

  • Jeremy Denham
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So officially fulltiming and the old house on the market to sell. But wanted to ask about the A/C units. I got set up yesterday around 1500 and it was 103 inside the coach and 102 outside , the units work great started cooling and this thing was down to about 78 within a hour. But I noticed water ( condensation ) dripping from under the 5er. It looks like it is dripping between the fiberglass siding plastic sheeting. Think this is related to a/c since did not have this issue when cold and no a/c. There are drips on passenger front corner by level jack , there is three spots between there and front door and one spot between front door and slide towards the back. My concern the condensation is going between the unit and roof and running down or roof has hole somewhere . Any thoughts ?

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A/C questions 1 year 1 month ago #2

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First thing I would do is crawl up on the roof and track the condensation trails to see if that gives a clue.

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A/C questions 1 year 1 month ago #3

Agree with Paul. Crawl on the roof and follow the condensate. If you do not see condensate dripping from the drains on the roof, then likely it is running into when the roof is supposed to overlap the body or ft/rear caps.

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A/C questions 1 year 1 month ago #4

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Glad to hear your A/C's are keeping you cool. Were you able to resolve this issue?

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