Question about Heating & Cooling
Just opened up the camper to find inside soaked on bed that is under a/c unit. Romoved cover on inside and noticed bolts were loose so snugged them up. When I did that water started to drip inside of trailer. I have not removed the outside cover of unit yet. I have a constellation Comet with a Carrier A/C unit. Any ideas
Check the condensate drain port for blockage and clear the blockage.
If the cover was on upside down, it is possible that it was impeding the air entering the coil.....this could have caused the coil to frost up....during your time to shut the unit off and inspect, the frost/ice started thawing and dripping into your trailer.
Here are the main items you want to address:
1. Ensure the drain is free and clear.
2. Ensure the air filter is clean and properly in place.
3. Ensure the evaporator coil is clean.
4. Ensure the covers are properly in place. ;-)
I hope you find this information to be very helpful to you moving forward. Let me know if you have any questions. Please don't forget to leave a rating for me. :-)
Posted on May 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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