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Old 08-20-2016, 02:52 PM   #11
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The screws that hold mine are inside and easy to see when the plastic inside cover is removed. The 4 screws on the outer corners should be slightly tight. If one is loose, there is your problem.
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Old 08-20-2016, 03:52 PM   #12
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I fixed one yesterday for my camping neighbor, it was dripping on the bed. Found one of the four bolts finger tight. Just don't over tighten them when doing this but they should all be about the same torque.
We just had this problem in Georgia. The drain is underneath the unit and if you compress the gasket a little too much you plug up the drain holes. Ours compressed enough on its own that it sat on the drain holes and stopped the water from draining. We had a soaked corner of the bed! They had to remove my unit and replace the gasket and now water pours out. You would be amazed at how much water that unit can remove from the air!
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Old 08-20-2016, 05:35 PM   #13
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Any ac that is not draining water somewhere in a hot and humid climate is not operating correctly.

Some old units had a fan that would sling the condensate water into the condenser coils to help cool them. Now days, I think it just routes it away in a drain to drip outside.

Except in this case.
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Old 08-20-2016, 09:21 PM   #14
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Next time you get on roof, look on each side of the A/C unit and at the very bottom there is a drain, take a stiff piece of wire and stick it the hole, some stuff may be blocking the hole, once you clean out the hole you should not have any more problems. I have to do that to our A/C about every 2 months to keep the water draining on the roof not in the trailer. The drains are along the side of the A/C.
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I had posted a thread which shows the drain holes on the A/C unit.
http://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f3...ide-38289.html
you don't necessarily have to take the unit this far apart unless it's really clog and the piece you poked out re-clogs the holes. But it will give you the idea where the drain holes are to poke out.
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