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Old 08-23-2014, 09:55 AM   #1
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My left foot is getting wet

Traveling with the dash air on I'm getting drips of water on my left foot. At a rest stop I looked up under the dash and one of the AC/vent tubes is very wet and the drips are coming off of it. I tried to look to see if the tube where the condensation is supposed to come out of is blocked (it's easy to get to on an American Coach as the entire front end slides forward for generator access) but there's a bend in that tube so I can't see very far up into it.

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Traveling with the dash air on I'm getting drips of water on my left foot. At a rest stop I looked up under the dash and one of the AC/vent tubes is very wet and the drips are coming off of it. I tried to look to see if the tube where the condensation is supposed to come out of is blocked (it's easy to get to on an American Coach as the entire front end slides forward for generator access) but there's a bend in that tube so I can't see very far up into it.
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Blow it out with compressed air or replace the hose.
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My left foot is getting wet

After my last surgery my left foot can get wet too.... Leaky hose... Oh, that is not what you are talking about.... LOL


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Traveling with the dash air on I'm getting drips of water on my left foot. At a rest stop I looked up under the dash and one of the AC/vent tubes is very wet and the drips are coming off of it. I tried to look to see if the tube where the condensation is supposed to come out of is blocked (it's easy to get to on an American Coach as the entire front end slides forward for generator access) but there's a bend in that tube so I can't see very far up into it.

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If, while the A/C is running, you don't see water dripping on the ground, it's probably clogged.
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It does also come out of the drain.
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I can always count on you Cliff.
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