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Old 04-07-2015, 03:14 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by rvron View Post
I have an 11 month old rockwood. I'm noticing water occasionally dripping from the white sqaure vent in the ceiling. I'm wondering if this is due to humidity in the RV, a leaky gasket, a blocked something or other, or just a slight inconvenience to put up with. It's not pouring out, but when I look at the grill there is usually a few drips waiting to fall - sometimes they fall, and sometimes they evaporate. Anybody care to offer their 2 cents on what might be causing this?? Thanks.
It sounds like condensation to me. Mine will do that in high humidity. I just wipe it now and then. If it is a steady drip, your drain pan is clogged and needs to be cleaned.

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Old 06-22-2015, 12:12 PM   #12
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i know this is a old post but i just had this happen to me for the first time this past weekend. it was extremly humid here in Texas due to off and own rain showers and sun. The ac did not leak during a constant down poor with the ac off. I checked the drain plugs and they seem clear. When i got home it was sunny and hot i cranked the ac down to 70 and ran it all day without a drip. im thinking now it was due to the weather. we had another couple with us. So there was people in and out constanly. next down pour we get i will run the ac and was thinkin of maybe leaving the vent open an vent van on low to sort of simulate door being opened and closed.

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