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Old 07-20-2013, 03:59 PM   #1
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Red face Air conditioner

Hi my name is Roxanne my husband n I r new here To the forum. We would like to know why
All of a sudden our air conditioner is leaking water In the
Inside of our couch? And our front passenger front window keeps
Popping out? What to do? It's a damon escaper lx400 2004
Help pls. Thanks
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Old 07-20-2013, 04:50 PM   #2
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Roof A/C leaking into the interior, there will be water draining from the A/C when it operates; but it should drain out across the roof so, you have to get on the roof and pull the A/C unit cover to check for leaves or even mud dauber nests plugging that drain.
Window popping out . Could you post a picture of the widow in question ?
Maybe someone can offer advice if they see the problem.
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Thank you so much and I will post a pic
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Old 07-21-2013, 11:21 PM   #4
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We clean it out and now it's working great
The back air is running warm through and
It was clean also. It runs warm when
The front is working. It has been a 108
We're we are so I am assuming that's normal?
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Most dual A/C systems will stagger the compressor start up so one A/C will run cold then the second should run cold, while the first warms slightly. To avoid overloading the power supply.
But it should feel cold 1/2 the time.
Most RVs A/C systems,will struggle to get the inside temps much cooler than 20>25 lower than outside temps.
Shade the windows, start the A/C early in the day.
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