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Old 04-07-2020, 01:38 AM   #1
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
State: Ohio
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So after my trip to Florida I decided it was time for some service, since the rear bathroom had a horrible smell I found the sewage line from the rear toilet was cracked,I must have not got enough antifreeze in the line, and of course that line is in a wall behind the toilet and runs through a shelf along the floor to the vanity,got that fixed today was a 2 day job,found the generator exhaust hangers broke and replaced them,now the big question the engine a/c quit working so I recovered the system and only got 10 oz out of 2.5 lbs I took a uv light from the compressor in the rear all the way to the condensor and evap could not find any oil leakage or dye anywhere so I pulled down a vacuum and put 1 oz of uv dye and recharged it to 2.5lbs works again was 63 degree in building and 40 at the vent, so has anyone have ideas where or how to find the leak?
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