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Old 05-09-2018, 03:06 PM   #1
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2015 315rst air conditioner.

I think my ducted air conditioner for my crusader has a small leak when it rains. Trying to find the make and model to try and research a fix. Anyone with a 315rst have this information available? My trailer is not readily accessible. Thanks in advance.
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Old 05-10-2018, 06:07 AM   #2
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With a leak you need to make it readily accessible and soon. Leak and water damage can get very expensive and extensive very quickly.

The top unit is generally held in place with 4 bolts. If you remove the ceiling plate you should be able to see them. On a past TT an installer apparently used an impact wrench to install one bolt and cross threaded it. There was a leak and air gap. I had to remove the bolt, fortunately is didn't snap off, re-tap the threads and reinstall. If your unit is fully ducted without a ceiling plate or air return box, you'll need to remove the shroud on top to check the security of the mounting.

Inaction is not an option with a potential leak.
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