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Old 11-27-2018, 07:49 PM   #21
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Recently installed a new Dometic with heat pump mode. This summer massive water drained out the new drain line in the wheel well on AC as advertised. Recently we ran on the heat pump cycle and water runs down the side of the AS and not from the drain. Any suggestions. I assume the heat pump cycle doesn’t generate much or any condensation
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Old 11-28-2018, 09:55 AM   #22
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Has anyone removed the cover to see where the water is going? I mean the outside cover but removing both would be a good idea and let it run till it drips. Might be a hole rusted in the pan somewhere. If there is no condensation recovery system the water still should not leak inside the trailer.



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Mine is 2018 FC 28RBQ with two AC units and I have noticed water on the floor a couple of times -- once in AC mode and just last week, in heat pump mode. Since the bedding is not wet and there is no drip mark on any duct openings above, I have no idea where the water is coming from. However, I'm pretty certain that the leak has nothing to do with rain. We've had some heavy downpours but this Airstream is rain-proof and no problem there. My guess is it's the condensation leak from the AC unit, but I can't figure out how it get down to the floor without dripping on the bedding. All vents are over the queen bed. Any idea?
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