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Old 04-03-2014, 07:26 AM   #1
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guttering

Has anyone ever installed guttering on there m/h.The problem i have is the condensation from the a/c.There is no telling were it will drip down.I found 50' rolls 7/8 in width and down spouts at c/w but the total cost is around $280?? for our 40' m/h.Do you think it will solve the problem?
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It will make the water run off the ends of the coach for sure. I do think you can find the same stuff on line at a cheaper price. Just Google the name of the product CW has and then you can go from there
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You have an 06 Diplomat. I have an 09 Camelot. My A/Cs have drain hoses that come out under the coach. They clogged. I blew air up from the bottom to clear them. Worth a look?
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If you remove the A/C filter cover and see a hose, it is what drains it
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I have a 04 Diplomat does it have the drains that go through the coach?
If so that makes things much simpler.
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I have a 04 Diplomat does it have the drains that go through the coach? If so that makes things much simpler. Thanks
If you remove the A/C filter cover and see a hose, it is what drains it
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I plan on using gutters on our old PA. I was told by someone on this site that they will work with getting rid of the black streaks, and those are caused by a dirty roof. This is what I am referring too. Best price so far too.
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