Sometimes our air conditioner may freeze over during the night and this ice will melt and drip from the ceiling area. Don't know what the fix is for this as this occurs sometimes especially when it is real humid outside during the night.
This does happen very often for us...
I always try to slope my roof area just a tad to the back side of the trailer to keep the run off from coming to the front awing area. This probably helps some keeping the normal air conditioner run off water from pooling inside the top unit that might get past the roof gasket and get inside the trailer if it is not as tight as it should be...
I suppose keeping the filter cleaned is good idea as well...
Roy and Carolyn
I claim Horse Creek Country in Southern Ill - Momabear is from North Texas
We live in King George VA
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