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Old 09-07-2016, 11:13 AM   #15
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I called Airstream with that question and a couple of others.
The lady did not know, but is supposed to email me some info.
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Old 09-07-2016, 12:09 PM   #16
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Ours looks just like Bob's. But the white drain line has become brittle and has broken in several places, with water trying to get into the coach. We will replace the entire drain line before using again.

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Old 09-07-2016, 01:28 PM   #17
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Just replaced ours on our 27FB, it ended at the inside of the outside access door. Refer must be removed from the inside to access it to replace the tubing


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Old 09-07-2016, 02:04 PM   #18
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Y'all got me thinking about being a supporting member so I can post a picture.
I understand what you are saying about the drain line going to the compartment door.
I had a trailer like that before.
On this trailer the drain line goes down through the floor of the refrigerator compartment.
The refrigerator compartment is above the street side wheel well a little forward of center.
I can't find the line - or even a hole for the line - protruding through the top of the wheel well, by the frame, or anywhere.
I called Airstream. The girl didn't know, but was supposed to find out and email me info.
I'm surprised someone hasn't been able to say, "It goes through the floor and then to such-and-such a place."
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Old 09-08-2016, 09:23 AM   #19
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I have a 2009 27' classic limited and the drain from the refrig went into a nylon corrugated tube that was duct taped to the edge of the trailer inside the service panel for the refrig. after 2 years the condensate tube became brittle and broke in several places letting condensate drain inside under the vinyl causing a discoloration on the surface. The service center in JC, Ohio fixed the tube with more duct tape and blew me off. My floor in now rotten and needs to be replaced. JC showed me how they stand behind their very over price hunk of Aluminum with rusty steel accessories. So much for quality in JC. I replace the corrugated nylon with PVC tubing. ( very easy to do) and now the water is directed outside as it should have been done originally.

If you are going to own an Airstream you need to become a master of every possible failure because it will happen. So far I have identified 75 problems and 69 that I have had to fix myself because JC didn't care.

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Old 09-08-2016, 09:34 AM   #20
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I guess no one with a Classic 30 has read my post...
I have said a couple of times already that it does not come through the door of the compartment like many others, including another trailer I had before this one.
The repair shop did remove the refrigerator to replace the drain.
The drain disappears into the floor/bottom of the refrigerator access compartment.
I don't think the repair shop replaced this part of the tubing/piping. I think it is original- was born that way. There is a big glob of some type of putty around the pipe/tubing where it goes down into the floor/bottom of the compartment.
I think the repair shop just put new red PEX tubing from the refrigerator to this original looking piece of whitish/grayish looking pipe/tubing.
Am I gonna have to become a supporting member and post pictures to communicate what I am trying to say?
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