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Old 01-28-2013, 09:03 AM   #1
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2002 alpine a/c drains

Please advise if the water hose type hose that end in the basement compartment with the valves is the drain for the a/c. I have traced the hose to the left side of the coach and up behind the refrigerator. There I lose it. Thrse is a steady drip of water from the hose. These is no end on the hose and it ends just over the edge of the plastic boot by the drains.


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Old 01-28-2013, 10:04 AM   #2
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If you mean the 2 hoses that are in the utility bay they are low level drains for the hot and cold water. You open these when winterizing to remove all the water from the system. The a/c drain will be open and WRV placed these in different places depending on the year and model of your coach. Mine come out over the wheels on the passenger side but I know others that come out near the generator.
If you have the Dometic refrigerator there will also be a drain hose from that and this will drip constantly. Sounds as if this is what you have found.
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