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Old 08-23-2015, 04:51 PM   #1
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water leak in main fuse box under driver

HI, I AM A NEW MEMBER TO IRV2 ,I JUST BOUGHT A 2004 DIPLOMAT PST. I HAVE TWO WATER LEAKS ONE IN THE MAIN FUSE BOX (THE ONE UNDER THE DRIVER SEAT), IT IS COM ING DOWN WITH THE WIRING. I HAVE LOOK ON TOP AND AROUND THE WINDOW CAN'T FIND ANYTHING THAT THAT LOOKS LIKE IT COULD BE THE PROBLEM.---- THE OTHER ONE IS COMMING DOWN AND GETTING INTO THE STORAGE SLIDEOUT IT LOOKS LIKE IT IS COMING THROUGH THE INTER- WALL FROM THE TOP OF THE COACH. IT DRIPS OUT ON THE GROUND AND IT BROWN FROM THE WOOD UNDER THE SUB FLOORING . COULD THE WATER GO UNDER THE AC AND RUN ACROSS THE TOP OF THE ROOF AND NOT SHOW INSIDE AND RUN DOWN THE INTER WALL HAS ANYONE HAD THIS PROBLEM. THE ROOF LOOKS GOOD. THE SLIDE OUT SHOWS NO LEAKS.THIS IS MY FOURTH RV THIS IS MY FIRST TIME THAT I CAN'T FIGGER OUT THE LEAK PLEASE HELP
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If it is not coming down the firewall to fuse block, take the A pillar cover off and look for water intrusion there.
The roof air conditioners may have a condensation drain tube run from the unit across the roof and down the wall. It could be there is a clog in the line and water is backing up. You will have to get on the roof and remove the shroud and access the drain to inspect and repair.
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You would have found more knowledgeable help under the MONACO section below.
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Thanks, i am going to try a water hose today and start low and work up. It only leaks when it rains.
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