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  • RichandAmanda
    RichandAmandaWhy didn't I think of that? Tips and Tricks:
    April 19, 2021Hi, we have a 2016 premier bullet and seem to have water leaking into the unit when AC is running. Water leak not seen inside at AC unit, maybe it is running down inside ceiling to where fridge is. This happened after camping in a hurricane. Checked ...  more
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      David Leslie Jasper & JoJo April 19, 2021 Fridges and ACs generate liquid water on the cooling fins from the condensation of water vapor in the air.  Your fridge and ACs should have a basin/pan under the cooling fins to catch the water and the basin/pan should have a drain hose that takes the liq...  more
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        RichandAmanda April 19, 2021 Hi
        Thanks!
        There is a pan under the ac and the water runs down the roof into the gutters, there is no drain hose
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        RichandAmanda April 19, 2021 Good point, I will look at the fridge as well, thank you!!
    • RichandAmanda
      Glamper Jan April 19, 2021 Are you level? Maybe the condensation pan is full. Worth a look
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        RichandAmanda April 19, 2021 Yes, I always level, thanks for your reply!
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      Jenna & The ZARGON April 19, 2021 Ya might want to remove the external cover on the AC and make sure all is well up there too. Sticks, leaves and debris may be part of the issue? But, if it is leaking insided the RV there is either a seal that has been compromised or the ac is freezing...  more
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        Scroller April 19, 2021 I had the same problem with my ac. Removed cover inside and tightened the
        screws on ac and solved the problem.
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        RichandAmanda April 21, 2021 Hi, yes, I went up top, took the cover off and cleaned and blew out any debris, I will see if it is freezing, thanks!!
    • RichandAmanda
      Linda Cook April 19, 2021 This happened to me from in my class c with the rooftop a/c and the answer was to wash the air filter in the rv. I guess it’s something to do with the air circulation and pressure. Not sure if it will help with your situation
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    • RichandAmanda
      Bounder Travelers April 19, 2021 If the roof AC is tightened too loose or too tight the thick rubber gasket may leak. If you remove the unit, should use a new gasket. Refer to installation instructions for tightening information. 
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      Scroller April 19, 2021 I did when we 1st bought our trailer. Took the panel off inside and tightened the four bolts and seemed to take care of the issue.
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        RichandAmanda April 21, 2021 Hi, thanks, that is my next move, appreciate the sharing!
    • RichandAmanda
      Dave + Maggie April 21, 2021 Our Class C will do it when it freezes up.  It will freeze up easily if it is really hot outside and you are getting it too cool inside.  Condensation will form and freeze up on the coils then start dripping.  Get your RV to a comfortable temp, then turn ...  more
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