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Old 09-28-2018, 01:52 PM   #1
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Water Dripping into cab when air conditioner is on

We have a 2005 Safari Trek on a workhorse chassis. When I run the cab air conditioner we are getting a wet spot at the passengers feet. Does anybody ahve any idea where the water is coming from and how to stop the drip?
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Sounds like a plugged drain line in the air box. IF you can access the air box where the evaporator is mounted look for a hose or opening where water might be draining. May be just a small drip if plugged up.
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Old 09-28-2018, 02:44 PM   #3
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Think of the puddle that drips beneath your car when it sits with the ac on. Your mh should do the same, and entirely possible your drain is plugged. Detrious from leaves pine needles plain old dirt. Look for a rubber tube flattened at the end. Squeeze it to open the tip. Carefully probe it with something dull. Close your eyes and mouth lest you get a deluge.
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"BMac3220".....Look for the black A/C box on the passenger side of the firewall (exterior). Hopefully, you can access it from the hood, but may need to be accessed from the right front wheel well. Look for a small black hose coming out the bottom of the box. You might try something like a pipe cleaner to clean the hose. If you can clean out that hose, it should solve your issue.
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In a related issue, what is making my rooftop units "sweat" inside to the point of dripping?
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