Originally Posted by trikebubble
While i haven't yet turned the water back on, it looks like their are drip stains directly below the crimped hot and cold water T-fittings below the sink. From that area the wood is stained directly towards the damaged area. I'll probably turn the water back on this weekend and see if I can locate a drip.
The reefer drain tube looked intact and seemed to be sealed onto the back of the reefer well. However, when I moved it, it was so brittle it cracked. Their is no indications of water or moisture at all in the area behind the reefer. It's dusty and cobweb'd as a nun's.....well......you know. I will be replacing the cracked reefer drip tune anyways though.
Probably found it! You will learn to make plumbing checks a part of the religious practices of camper ownership. Drain traps just love to shimmy loose! My tool kit includes PEX crimper and rings and at least one spare of every fitting and valve in the camper and a few plugs in case of needed bypass till I get parts.
For the condensate drain, replace it with some vinyl tube. Teflon is best if you have a source for it cheap, but vinyl will do and outlast the corrugated OE tube. If you need the insert insect screen, drop me a PM.