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Old 08-02-2019, 09:34 AM   #1
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A/C's During Hot Weather

Now that the temps here in TX are in the high 90's and sometimes reaching 100, my a/c units after being on for a good while, stop dripping water off the rooftop. Normal?
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All air conditioners make condensation when working, it has to go somewhere. Some RV have internal drains that go down through the walls and drip under the coach, some have the water drain off the roof. I don't know which style your coach has. At worst you have a plugged drain line, but the water itself is not an issue and it's not a sign of AC problems.
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Normal. The moisture you see dripping is mostly from inside the coach, and is from the humidity on the air. Once the humidity has been drawn out, there isn't much to drip. Especially true in parts of the country with low humidity anyway, like West Texas where I am.
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