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Old 08-09-2010, 09:55 PM   #1
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AC water leak

I have a water leack on my front ac unit It leacks when I use the ac for a long time Its condensation water but when It rains I never had a water leack, Is It the big gasket on top of the roof? Any Ideas? Thanks Joe.
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Joe, most of those are set up so the condensate just kinda leaks out onto the roof, and drains to ground from there.
If you go up top with a big phillips screwdriver, it is 4 screws to get the cover off the AC, the covers are light and flimsy, be careful not to drop it or break it.

Once it's off, the problem, which most likely is a buildup of "foreign objects, leaves, and generally just stuff" will be pretty obvious.
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Joe, most of those are set up so the condensate just kinda leaks out onto the roof, and drains to ground from there.
If you go up top with a big phillips screwdriver, it is 4 screws to get the cover off the AC, the covers are light and flimsy, be careful not to drop it or break it.

Once it's off, the problem, which most likely is a buildup of "foreign objects, leaves, and generally just stuff" will be pretty obvious.
thank you very much I will be up there today
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My rig has a directed drain for the condensate. But, I just had to repair a connector in the piping reached from inside the coach to stop a new drip.

Pulled the grill and there it was.
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