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Old 10-19-2003, 07:55 PM   #1
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Help..Wet Carpet

Noticed wet carpet on my 87 345 M/H this weekend while at a Rally, started outside the bathroom and close to rear bedroom and in the morning was wet inside of bathroom. Running rear air all night and having thoughts could be condensation finding it's way inside the walls through a seam maybe ? or water pump line etc. under rear bed, Anyone experience this problem before....

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Old 10-19-2003, 08:33 PM   #2
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I had wet carpet under the AC because A/S hadn't properly sealed the drain line to the AC pan outlet. The drips were so far apart that we didn't notice them happening, but after a few hours, there was an appreciable wet spot.
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Old 10-20-2003, 10:01 AM   #3
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my drip hose stopped up. i took a shop vac and succeded in clearing the trash. you can take a hose on the outside of the unit and blow into the pan but that makes a mess . a shop vac with the narrow hose nosel in the pan area to catch the water will work and not too bad a mess. you will have to disassemble the roof unit to do that. that clears all of the crap out .
probably be best to disconnect the drip hose from the pan, if possible. lol
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Good advise and this is where I will start and see what happens. Thanks for the responce... I would be lost if it were not for this forum...lol
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