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Old 09-25-2016, 07:08 AM   #11
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Please take pictures and tell us how that goes. I am very interested in doing that.

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Old 09-25-2016, 09:25 AM   #12
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Will do.the cable connectors I did a year ago and E1 went away but the drips havent. I live in south Florida and these units can really crank out condensate. I don't think they are freezing up since they have a freeze sensor in bedded in the evaporator coil so I dare say it's more like condensate retention. There is no ptrap on the condensate outlet on a dometic therefore outside air will come in and retain water. Some units, I believe Coleman do have it but with a ducted return I'm sure there is deep negative pressure. The problem seems to go away by performing auto level and raising the front (pin) slightly to make water go to the back which is where the drain is. A 15k btu a/c needs 500 cfm airflow. With two 8 inch by 3/4 inch return ducts with a total area of a whopping 12 square inches the air would have to travel at an impossible 6000 feet per minute. Note industrystandard max velocity in a return duct is 1000.

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