Question about Dometic 57915531 Air Conditioner
If the unit is not ducted, the evaporator coil drain pan sits under the coil and shallow channels in the unit that allow the condensate to migrate to the condenser coil which has a splash ring on the condenser fan blade, that ring slings the condensate upon the hot condenser coil thus evaporating the condensate while help condense and sub cool the refrigerant, very often the channels are clogged with the results of condensate and dust etc accumulating, the evaporator coil itself also may be dirty and obstructed restricting the air flow across the evaporator coil
thus resulting in a low load upon the evaporator coil and icing which will cause dripping, simply being dirty will do it as well it really has to be seen to be sure exactly why your units leaking and from where, rarely they do rust out but it happens.
Posted on Aug 27, 2013
Remove the lower assembly and tighten the bolts that hold ac down to coach or pull shroud and check to make sure unit is not frezing up due to dirt
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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