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Old 05-08-2018, 10:53 AM   #1
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A/C Drain Plugged

While in Florida this winter, the AC ran a lot and we noticed dripping coming thru the seam over the dinette table. Called the Dealer back home (CanAm) and they said that it was probably the AC drain plugged or partially so. That water inside roof would not be a problem and could get it looked at when I got home. Of course the AC has to come off for repair. Anybody else have this problem. I have a 2015 28 ft International Signature RB.
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Old 05-08-2018, 06:34 PM   #2
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We had a similar problem with our 2006 Safari. Dealer had to take down the whole inside wall and found an 1/8" hole in the top part of the drain tube. It appears they drilled too deep for this one rivet and got the hose. We are the second owners and it didn't leak before or it just wasn't noticed. Dealer believed there wasn't enough water from the a/c for it to over flow from the top until now. Very hot day and a/c was working very hard. Airstream denied it was their fault. About a 10 hour job. Hopefully this isn't your problem.
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