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Old 06-04-2018, 09:55 PM   #1
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AC drains

Both the front and rear axle units drain water off the roof on the passenger side. How can the water be diverted to the drivers side ? I thought about adjusting the level ? But a bubble level shows the floor is level.... Just doesn't make scence to have that water running where you are sitting out... Suggestions?
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Old 06-06-2018, 04:06 PM   #2
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Two things to consider. The easiest is to add a little tilt to the passenger side so the water runs towards the driver. You shouldn't notice an eighth to quarter bubble tilt inside. The other more intense and that is to open up the AC units and check the condensate drain tray that the drains are not clogged. They can build up mold over the years and clog up so the pan fills and drains over the side. There should be 2 drains, one on each side, that flows the water away.
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I added RV EZE gutter,, down each side so water from roof runs to the back. Easy to unstall clean the area then peel and slick. Slope it from from to back so water always runs off back corners when sitting level.
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