Here's the update on the condensate leak. We got the A/C removed, I haveno idea what sort of sealer Airstream uses, but obviously, it was not meant to be easy to remove!
The plastic (ABS) tray had a hairline crack directly over the area where this pesky leak was. I order the new style condensate drain pans from Out of Doors Mart, and has been installed, I haven't had a humid enough day to really check it out.
A couple words about Out of Doors Mart, and their pricing.....while I am thankful they had the part, and their prompt shipping, I have to say that the kit consists of two plastic cups that are about 4 inches by 3 inches, and are connected by a piece of plastic hose, and a "T" fitting that connects to the Airstream drain through the wall, and a couple of pieces of 1" foam, and a new gasket for the roof seal is expensive enough at $54.00, even at Airstream part prices, this is considerably overpriced.
That was bad enough, but acceptable, especially, since I had few options. The thing that really pissed me off was the shipping charges of $20.00. This kit weighs less than 2 pounds total, and that included the box. The actual shipping costs should have been no more than $10.00 at the most.
I've ordered from them before, and always thought they were a bit high, but this is overkill, in my opinion.....
For whatever it's worth....
Old age is coming at a really bad time!
1996 34' Excella 1000, interior totally redone, 2003 Dodge/Cummins HO, Diablo tuner, 115 gallon aux fuel, Bedslide, Airsafe/Reese Dual Cam, and a bunch of other stuff