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Old 07-29-2016, 06:08 PM   #1
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Water dripping in new place

We were in Savanna Ga this past week and of course had the AC going strong and long. I did have water dripping from the spout at the rear like normal, but what I noticed was water dripping from the center of the underbelly. It was at the center and rear of the camper, right over the reviewer hitch. I looked closer and water was beading up forward of the weatherstripping on the bottom. There is a narrow strip about an inch wide of what looks like a black tarp going the width of the camper. I didn't see any water dripping down the sides, which might travel down that way. Two thumbs nags crossed my mind..one being the AC leaking between the ceiling panels towards the rear and two, the city water fitting leaking inside and dripping down.

Has anyone seen or experienced anything like this? Or am I being paranoid?

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Old 07-29-2016, 06:51 PM   #2
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No matter what it is, Yes I would be concerned and making steps to find out where it's coming from. Your sig does not mention what type TT and how old it is.

edit: Ok I peeked, if you bought it new it should be in warranty. May or maybe not a problem but don't let it go.
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Norty1, it's still under warranty till Jan, so I'm covered there. We have 3 more trips for the season, so I'll keep an eye on it next outting. I took some pics, but with the black canvas, they didn't come out to clear.
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Old 07-29-2016, 07:55 PM   #4
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I haven't investigated my 2008 Jayco AC drain configuration but your question made me think of the last RV we had, built by a different company but had AC drain lines that exited the front and rear AC units and then came out under the chassis.
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