Question about Coleman Mach III Air Conditioner
I have a 1990 Airex rv and the air condition is leaking on the inside of the rv can not find what the problem is have checked the inside of the unit and can not find any drain lines where should I look.
Posted by Anonymous on
The drains for that will be between the upper unit and the roof of the RV. You only have an inch or 2 to see under there so it's pretty hard sometimes, but you should see little round button like things sticking down from underside of the roof AC unit. They have holes in them, and can usually be unplugged with a stick, or piece of wire. If you can't get them cleaned out, you will have to make sure you shut breaker(power) off to unit, and remove the cover by taking out the 4 big Philips head screws. That will give you access to clean out holes in base of tray for drainage. If your getting dripping inside when unit not running but raining outside, then gasket will need to be changed.
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