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Old 07-15-2012, 04:44 PM   #1
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Hello All,
My first trip out in the 210UDS 3 days went perfect everything worked as expected. My question is this: It was hot where we were at (100F) so the AC ran quite a bit, is it normal for water (I'm assuming it's condensation) to be dripping off the roof? The AC did a great job keeping us nice and cool. Thanks for your help, everyone has been great...travel on....

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Old 07-15-2012, 08:35 PM   #2
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I think it's fine. We also camped during the 100+ degree heat wave, and our AC poured condensation. It was much more than usual, which is quite a lot. I hope yours worked as well as ours; we were very comfortable. Luckily, we had just taken the inside cover off the AC and added some insulation to dampen the noise. Also, tightened some screws and pulled some wiring out of the path of the air flow to stop some of the buffeting sound. It was a big help, and much needed since there was no way we were turning it off at night in that heat. As for the condensation, it's no problem as long as you are just enough off level to make it run toward the back of the camper. It's the pits if it drips at the corner beside the steps. What a mess!
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Old 07-17-2012, 08:18 AM   #3
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Yes, it is normal for the condensation water to run off the roof.

We were out a few weeks ago when the humidity was high and the temps were in the mid to high 90's. The A/C did a superior job of keeping it cool inside and yes, there was water dripping off the roof.

I had my Fun Finder setup with the front left side slightly low so the condensation ran off that corner. I did not need the water/mud at the rear ramp door of the toy hauler nor on the walk in door side.
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