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Coleman tsr roof ac does not cool 27' rv i've cleaned the filters & every once in awile it drips water from one side of ac.it blows cold air but it does not reach the back of rv

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Is this a new unit/RV by any chance?

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I have a travel trailer with a coleman 7300 roof top ac unit. the unit will blow cold air but water leaks thru the plenum. i was told by the previous owner that it needs a new seal. i would like to fix it...


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