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Old 07-05-2011, 04:32 PM   #1
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dripping water from a/c inside

a/c dripps excessive amount of water inside. checked it out and drip pan spout is higher than the lowest point of the drip pan. The a/c unit is on a incline section of the roof. this was factory installed. with current configuration there is no way for moisture to drain due to a/c incline mount. Does anyone know if there is a different type of drip pan for dometic durotherm 15000 btu a/c. or any other suggestions?

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Old 07-05-2011, 08:13 PM   #2
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Question, boss.
What type of unit do you have?
How old is it?
Brand new, under warranty?
Love to help out, but we need a bit more information.

Chris is Virginia

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Old 07-05-2011, 09:30 PM   #3
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07 silverback 29 LRGBS fifth wheel and not under warranty. The drip pan behind the evaporator is filling up with water but no where to drain because the run off location for that pan is in front of the evaporator which that would be the left side of the unit. The ac unit is mounted on the incline of the roof which is causing the water to collect in the drip pan which is just in front and below the blower fan. That leads to water being push up into the main vent at the unit. The ac unit is a 15000 btu duro therm. The unit cooling fine and we just came back from Myrtle Beach and no problems in cooling. The temps outside was in the mid to upper 90's and very humid. I took a air hose and blew out the condenser and the evaporator. The only thing i haven't tried is flushing the both of them with a some type of coil cleaner.
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