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Old 08-02-2011, 08:10 PM   #1
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Loose air conditioing bolts

I'm new to the forum but have owned our 2010 19H HTT for almost two years now. On another RV forum I came across a thread talking about loose A/C mounting bolts. I opened up the cover on the inside of our A/C unit and found all four bolts loose with two of them backed out to the point where they were touching the plastic housing.

I did a few searches and there are a number of threads on that forum about this problem and at least a dozen people have found the same thing. I don't live close to my Jayco dealer so I thought I would post the questions here.

What's with the loose bolts? once they have been as loose as mine got, has my roof seal been compromised? As I mentioned, it is a long way to my dealer so I'd like to know what I am supposed to do (I have applied blue lok-tite and tightened the bolts to a snug condition).

Anyone else found this condition? Only on hybrids?

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Old 08-02-2011, 08:26 PM   #2
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Hey Larry! First of all, welcome to the forum! If you have a chance, come on over to the new member forum and introduce yourself.

As far as the bolts - we have had several threads on that topic here. I am going to close this thread and reference you over to that thread so we can try to keep those discussions together.

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