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Old 07-07-2009, 12:33 PM   #1
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Hi folks,I'm brand new here an I need some help. I just bought a 1999 newmar kountry star 37, It's my first, been boating for years,time to go in another direction. I have a water leak in front of the passenger seat,It's coming from the vent on the firewall. I think it must be air condition condensation. has anyone had this problem,if so whats the fix?
Also whats you take on my purchase.
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Old 07-07-2009, 02:05 PM   #2
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There is a drain on the outside of the ac unit that gets gloged. It looks like a 1in. tube that is pinched together on the end. Check to see if it is open.
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charlee::welcome to the forum.
I'm like you - got out of boating and into rv'ing. I can go a lot more places in my motor home than my boat. BUT there's nothing like the slap of waves on fiberglass to lull one to sleep. My opinion is if the floor plan fits and your're happy that's all that matters. Newmars are good motorhomes; If I was looking I'd seriously consider what you have. The water problem could be just a stopped up drain tube. I don't know where to tell you where to look though.
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charlee::welcome to the forum.
I'm like you - got out of boating and into rv'ing. I can go a lot more places in my motor home than my boat. BUT there's nothing like the slap of waves on fiberglass to lull one to sleep. My opinion is if the floor plan fits and your're happy that's all that matters. Newmars are good motorhomes; If I was looking I'd seriously consider what you have. The water problem could be just a stopped up drain tube. I don't know where to tell you where to look though.
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I tried pulling my RV into a lake. I slept just fine but I couldn't get it started the next morning.

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