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Old 09-04-2013, 12:44 PM   #15
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If* it were an A/C condensate drain line leak it would be plentiful - how much water are we talking about, a wet smudge or pints of water? Is it one, ten or fifty drips-a-minute?

Can you place a catchment to say it's leaked a tablespoon an hour or a pint an hour?

Also with a line leak there would be puddling hidden above where you're discovering it - some trailer shifting or rocking with stabilizer jacks raised up off the ground would likely increase the flow for a few minutes. Any sign of that, or is the flow undisturbed?


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