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Old 09-03-2016, 09:10 PM   #15
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I washed the air filter today..... :-)

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Old 09-10-2016, 08:26 PM   #16
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I tightened three of the four bolts that mounts the A/C to the ceiling (two were VERY loose). I also found a air filter that was pretty much clogged. I ended up washing that with soap and water. Ran A/C for two 90 degree days straight and no dripping.... Maybe I got lucky...

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Old 09-18-2016, 06:07 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by Waiter21 View Post
From the age of your coach (2006) it might be the AC to Roof seal that is leaking.

As mentioned, you might be able to tighten the mount bolts a turn or two, and this could buy you some time. If it is the seal, plan on replacing it. Its a fairly easy job, takes about 45 - 60 minutes.

Regardless, stay on top of any leaks, else you'll be subscribing to this thread:

Totally rotted out Class C

Trust me it's never the above. No one asked what tempature the ac is set at. The number one cause is a frozen AC due to too low a temp, low fan or auto, #2 stopped up drains
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Old 09-28-2016, 02:06 PM   #18
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If you have any stains on ceiling i found the kitchen counter cleaner n disinfectant with bleach work very good ..course our and most have off white ceiling thats kinda like carpet. this worked for our old stains that were there before we bought it. but sealed so no more leaking and now cant even tell they were there
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Old 10-02-2016, 04:38 PM   #19
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Well, I was going to take the air conditioner shroud/cover off but one of the four screws that hold it in place just spins and spins and doesn't loosen or come out. It wont tighten or loosen. I tried prying up on the underneath of the screw head while unscrewing,but that's not working/helping... Weird... Thoughts or ideas???? Maybe I can drill the screw/bolt out????
I believe the AC units on the Sightseer are similar to those on our Adventurer.

If I were you I would consider drilling out the bolt. If it has a torx or phillips head it should be relatively easy. Use a bit that will fit inside the head to start. Just make a small dimple for a larger bit to use as a center. Use a slightly larger bit to enlarge the hole. You should only need to go slightly deeper than the depth of the head. Keep upsizing the bit until it breaks through the head. You should be able to lift the shroud over the remaining stud.

Once the shroud is off you can hold the supposedly captured nut with a pliers and put another on the stud. Then remove the stud. You can then replace the captured nut.

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