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Old 08-10-2019, 12:37 PM   #1
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AC dripping in coach

We are new to Country Coach and are in our maiden camping trip, 2000 Afinity. We noticed the AC units are dripping condensation while we are using them. Is there a way to eliminate this?
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Evap Coil drip pan drain holes are plugged up
Condensation from Evap Coil is being pulled over by room fan blower into discharge plenum and dripping inside

Have to remove roof shroud and then open the 'sealed' compartment where evap coil/drip pan is and clean the drains out

Also check that A/C Pan is not sitting on roof.
If the hold down bolts (under inside ceiling grille) have been overtightened then the roof gasket has been crushed and pan is blocking drains
(gasket should be roughly 1/2" thick--new ones are an 1" thick prior to installation)

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Old 08-10-2019, 01:05 PM   #3
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My front AC was doing the same thing where the rear AC was dripping on the ground. I dropped the air pressure on my shop air compressor to about 5lbs and put air through both drain hoses in the front. Not knowing what one went to the roof, so I did both. One must have went to the cab and one to the roof, problem solved. Mine in the rear comes down by the left tail light area and the front 2 hoses on the right side by the head light area. Your coach may be different.
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Old 08-10-2019, 05:04 PM   #4
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Our 2001 Intrigue was doing this too. Found the drain holes were plugged with wasp mud. Opened them up with a piece of flexible plastic from the roof. I suggest you take the covers off and inspect them. I found lots of junk on the fins which is not good for the system. Be careful how you clean them....I used a vaccum machine and low pressure air. It is a project but what isn't. Yours if like mine will drain on the roof and just run off.
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