What about the condensation drain? Will it just run down the side of my airstream and not...
inside. I just completed the same exact AC unit install on my 1970 Airstream but nowhere in the instructions or this forum did I see this mentioned. My old unit had a pan between the RV roof and the AC unit and a drip hose connected. The water always just ran down the outside wall anyway because during removal of the old unit I found the hose kinked. I apperar to have a good seal around the supplied gasket that came with the unit and I added clear RTV silicone but I am concerned about where the water goes.
Your new unit will not require a drain,pricwr! The old RV AC units operated the same as the older house-type window units and drained the water through a pipeline down the side or through the wall of the Camper.
The newer RV rooftop A/C units disperse the moisture into the air with the fans. As long as the coils are clean you should have no need for the old drain line. Enjoy your new RV AC unit and your camping time!
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