Originally Posted by statdoc1
I just purchased a 2014 Charleston and am working out the kinks. One of my issues is with the AC drains. The water from the ACs is running out on the roof and down the outside walls as opposed to draining through the internal channels. Has anyone else faced the same issue? For those of you with functioning drains would you please let me know where the channels end up? Thank you!!
Statdoc - My Berkshire has internal drains. I see no one that has answered here has a DP, so their experience with their trailers is different. My front A/C has a tube that runs down the front left "A" column of the windshield and drops just behind the front left headlight. My rear A/C is plumbed to a tube that drops at the right rear and drops just behind the rear cowling. Both are PEX tubes and could easily be plugged at the bottom. I've have mixed success with the drains, because I get debris in the collection pan from the condenser. This appears to plug the tubes. If you remove the center vent cover inside the coach, there will be 2 clear tubes behind the foam filter. Take a look there and see if there is anything in there. I've also found that if the coach isn't perfectly level, they don't work very well.
Let us know if you need any other info. Unfortunately my coach went in for repair today, or else I would post you some pics.
2015 SOB 5th Wheel
2013 Chevrolet 3500 CC, DD SRW
1 Wife, 2 Kids under 5
Camping nights: 2015 - 19, 2014 - 39, 2013 - 48