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Old 08-10-2017, 07:27 PM   #1
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2008 HR Admiral Workhorse 8.1. I seem to get water dripping from the AC on the floor in front of the passenger seat. Any suggestions to prevent this?
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2008 HR Admiral Workhorse 8.1. I seem to get water dripping from the AC on the floor in front of the passenger seat. Any suggestions to prevent this?
Dash air or roof air? When is the last time you cleaned the filters? Try running the fan on hi.
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We occasionally have the same problem after a long drive on a hot humid day. I think it is condensation with the air conditioning on recirculation.

Doesn't happen very often so when we get to camp we put a fan blowing on the damp area to dry it up.
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While spending a week in Nashville, we also had the condensation inside.....just wiped it up.....high humidity isn't a campers best friend!.....
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Check the drain tube, it might bee blocked or kinked.
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"Rivrman2"......Lift the hood and look on the passenger's side. There should be a large back box (A/C unit). Look for a clear plastic hose coming out the bottom of the box. If you locate one, try blowing into it t clear the line.
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