Dometic AC Leaking From Ceiling
We had a very windy, rainy period in Palm City Florida and a few days later I found water dripping out of a light fixture near the bedroom Dometic AC unit in our 2013 Georgetown. I checked the roof and all seams looked sound. Then later we camped in St Augustine for a couple of very humid nights (no rain). During the night water started trickling from the bedroom AC on to the bed so we covered the bed with plastic and put a pan to catch it. We moved to the living room fold-out bed and I turned off the rear AC and left the front unit running. But the water continued to trickle from the rear unit all night; almost a gallon.
When I got home, I removed the AC's cover and condenser panel and saw no debris blocking the white plastic condensation catch pan. So I took it to the dealer and they said the AC needed servicing and cleaning. They say the fixed it and ran it for a day and said it did not leak anymore. My question is, if the catch pan was clear, where does blowing rain and/or condensation build up in the AC such that it leaks into the bedroom?