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Old 10-07-2009, 10:56 PM   #1
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Roof A/C water leak

Hey guy's, after trying to find that on again, off again water leak that so many on here have faced, I have an update. I visited a previous water leak Thread and read carefully @ all the Post's to see if any were simular to my problem. I don't have any slide's to worry with, but have had a small leak in the bedroom @ the edge of the headliner( which is carpet ) but was not a constant leak. At first I thought it was the gutter seam so I recoated real good. Still not fixed, and most of the one's I read were pertaining to the A/C BOLT'S being loose. Since our unit has frt.& rear ducted A/C's, I took the inside cover's off today, and would you believe the bolt's were almost turnable by hand. Most people said their unit's had four(4) bolt's, but I found six(6) on mine, whether it's because it's a COLEMAN and/OR DUCTED, I'm not sure, but wanted to share with everyone. I think I got a handle on it, because my ROOF is Radius and not flat, and the leak was almost in line with the A/C unit, and naturally it would accumulate on the edge of the roof seam rather than in the center. Will update in the future and sure hope this works and maybe help some of you too. Thank's to all that posted on this before, because I read them all.........
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