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Old 09-24-2011, 12:58 AM   #1
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After Market Drip Pan

I know, this has been talked over.

But, I was wondering, since I have received the new coleman polar cub 9200 Btu unit, installed, and it does drip alot. Has anybody had any success with a after market drip pan that will tie in to the convenient hose I found between the inner and outer shells. The "drip pan" that came with the unit, has at least 40 holes in it. Luckily, it does let the water drip through. All over the street side of the AS. Somebody must have come up with a more elegant solution than what I have found online so far.

I would appreciate being pointed to the solution.

Oh, 1972 globetrotter, 21'. Almost done with a redo. Pics soon.

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AirJeff
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Old 09-24-2011, 05:11 AM   #2
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I know, this has been talked over.

But, I was wondering, since I have received the new coleman polar cub 9200 Btu unit, installed, and it does drip alot. Has anybody had any success with a after market drip pan that will tie in to the convenient hose I found between the inner and outer shells. The "drip pan" that came with the unit, has at least 40 holes in it. Luckily, it does let the water drip through. All over the street side of the AS. Somebody must have come up with a more elegant solution than what I have found online so far.

I would appreciate being pointed to the solution.

Oh, 1972 globetrotter, 21'. Almost done with a redo. Pics soon.

Thanks,
AirJeff
No drip pan exists for your AC.

The reason you see very little water is because of the low cooling capacity, of your AC.

In California, a 15,000 BTU AC is used almost 100 percent of the time.

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