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Old 01-08-2016, 02:28 PM   #11
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Teamg5, it depends on how much water you are talking about. If it is just a drip now and then more than likely it is excess humidity If it is dripping more than you think it should be, one possibility is the drain opening for the cooling coils is clogged. Another possibility is the A/C unit is not tightened down and the water from the unit, that should be going onto the roof and off the roof, is dripping back into the coach.
I have had both issues happen to me.
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While my coach is stored at my home in Fla I keep a small dehumidifier plugged in all the time. Have to empty the collection tank once or twice a week. Keeps the interior nice and dry, no moldy odor or mildew. Amazing how much humidity gets inside even when all doors and windows are closed.
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Old 01-09-2016, 09:35 PM   #13
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When running an unattended dehumidifier, why not have it drain right down the shower. That way you don't have to worry about having the tray overflow.
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While my coach is stored at my home in Fla I keep a small dehumidifier plugged in all the time. Have to empty the collection tank once or twice a week. Keeps the interior nice and dry, no moldy odor or mildew. Amazing how much humidity gets inside even when all doors and windows are closed.
I know this is off the OP's post but which dehumidifier are you using?
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When running an unattended dehumidifier, why not have it drain right down the shower. That way you don't have to worry about having the tray overflow.
It is a good sized Haier that has a multi gallon tank and auto shutoff when full. I like to keep it in the middle of the coach. Does a great job and I empty it once a week or so. Coach air is nice and dry and no damp or moldy odor.
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