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Coleman Mach roof top ac

We just installed a new roof top ac and it is leaking on the inside of the rv.My husband took the cover and found a drain pan but no place for the water to drain..What do we need to do??

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Under the drain pan on each side should be a small plastic drain plug they might be clogged up with debris.

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