Originally Posted by RAA357
I am installing a drain tube from where the hole is in the tray down the passenger side rear corner and down to the bottom of the body.
Finished installing the AC drain tube today, went to Lowe's and purchased
clear tubing and a tube of clear RTV Silicon. Cleaned out the bugs, wasp nest and other tidbits of debris that had made it's way into the AC compartment. Ran the tubing down the right side (Passenger side) inside edge
of the coach where the mounting brackets are for the RV shell,ending just below the bumper and tying it off at one of the brackets. You can just see @ 1" of the tubing if you know where to look.
After that was completed i took at good look all around the tray and used the RTV Silicon where the tray joints were and at the AC mounting points.
Let it set all day long in the 96 degree heat we have been having here in Florida for the past week.
Poured some water into the tray to where it came up to about 3/4s of the way to the top, stood back and watched the water flow out the end of the tube, went up and inspected the tray are and found no other water.
Total cost of materials: $15.00
Time involved: 5hrs