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Old 07-16-2010, 04:17 PM   #1
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back to bad news

We got back from our trip to New England only to find the house AC is dead. Oh well a few more days in the Airstream driveway camping. I'm trying to figger out how to up load some pic's,,, if'n I do, I'll try to show where we went.
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Ditto and Ditto. Had the same thing happen to us 2 summers ago. Sure was nice having the 'Stream as a comfortable backup plan.

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Good thing you don't live here. It's 114 degrees today.
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Good thing you don't live here. It's 114 degrees today.
But it's a dry heat "right"
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Humid here 103 on the heat index in Altus Oklahoma. Instant sweat!
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But it's a dry heat "right"
Not this month, Dew point is 54 and humidity is 15%. Thunderstorms are in the forecast...
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Yesterday was worse, today its only in the 90s, dew point 75 and humidity only 66%.
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Oh well a few more days in the Airstream driveway camping. I'm trying to figger out how to up load some pic's,,, if'n I do, I'll try to show where we went.
And you have a 30-amp plugin for your driveway parking? Cool... Or 20 amps at minimum if you run no high amp draw appliances inside the Airstream. Just want to post a caution about using a 15A-30A adapter for air conditioning...
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Yes, I have a dedicated 30 amp rv plug in the trailer barn. I did notice this: On night 1, I unhooked the tug, and leveled the AS perfectly. during the night, water (condensate from the evaporator coils) leaked onto the floor directly below the AC. I gave the AS a half bubble up angle, and no more condensate on the floor over the next few nights. Is this normal? Or, do I have a bent/plugged drain system? Its not rain, as I'm under a good roof, and it was only about 2 oz of water. Its a new trailer. BTW, I'm trying to post pics and its not working. I ain't a-gonna quit trying tho.
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