Originally Posted by goswick
Recently my A/C has leaked into the inside of my '68 Airstream. I looked for a drain tube but have not been able to find one as of yet. I took the outside cover off to investigate for possible causes/solutions and didn't see a drain tube nor did I see a drip pan.
Q1: My unit is an A/C and heat (heat pump I guess) and am wondering if there should be a drip pan under the unit.
Q2: How difficult is it to remove the A/C unit to get it serviced and maybe install a drip pan?
It could be condensation but I suspect that my A/C is freezing up and the water comes inside as the it defrosts....or maybe a combination of both.
What type of A/C unit do you have? Original Armstrong or a replacement? Which manufacturer and model?
Need to know this type of info to make any recommendation.
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