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Old 07-07-2006, 06:19 AM   #1
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WJWELCH: In hopes of helping you get an answer, I've linked your post to the Newmar Owners section.

I pretty sure what you seek is a Newmar issue, not Workhorse, but your question will now be on both boards. ED
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Welcome wjwelch to the Newmar forum, which AC are you talking about the one in the front of coach for chassis. The roof airs drain accross roof if vent holes are not plugged.
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I am talking about the Dash Air Made by Evans Tempcon Inc.
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I'll check my coach in morning, there is a pic of the reroute by DriVer when he rerouted his drain after installing his new air intake CAI in the Workhorse Forum it might help you.
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