Originally Posted by nathanj04011
We do have air-conditioning, however since I ruined one on our Casita by running it on house power, I haven't done that since.
I did turn off our refrigerator yesterday, but that's on the opposite side of the trailer. Would that somehow drain all the water over to the other side? Was that one of those important things I should've said at the beginning? :-)
Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Check the connections to the outside shower as well as opening up the outside shower door to make sure there are no leaks. It looks like the puddle is near the outside shower. I doubt it is the refrigerator.
Incidentally, house power is no different than campground power. If you damaged the A/C in a Casita, it was likely because you were not supplying it with adequate power, either from a too low amp circuit or inadequately sized power cords. The A/C (11,000 BTUs) in the Escape typically uses 16-18 amps. A Casita has a 13,500 BTU Coleman and can require more than 20 amps. If you install/have installed a 30 amp power box in proximity to where you park your trailer and use the 30 amp cord, you can run the A/C without concern of it being damaged.