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Old 05-29-2013, 08:43 AM   #1
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Another problem! 377 xl

I'm so mad! We just got our MH back from the shop after 5 weeks, went on a week long(so we thought) vac. To Corpus Christi , setup, and after coming back taking a shower, I came out to find a carpet soaking wet with the drain water!! Who the heck is putting theses things together? It's a brand new MH! How does this happen? Just one outing without having to take it to the dealer!
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Old 05-29-2013, 12:41 PM   #2
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Had a similar situation only the water drained into the rear passenger compartment. The trap on the shower drain was wedged against the top of the compartment surround. Since there was no space for it to move when someone stepped directly on the drain inside, the nut on the trap split and the water flowed out instead of all of it going into the drain. Once we got home I replaced the nut and took a sawzall to the top og the compartment surround. Trimmed out a 1/4 Inch and it's been fine ever since.
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Old 05-29-2013, 12:50 PM   #3
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All I know, is that it ran below and it must have run along some kind of channel because the carpet and the tile was a wet mess! This is a brand new MH, a 2014, I understand that a few kinks need to be worked out, but I'm worried about the damage this could have caused.
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All I know, is that it ran below and it must have run along some kind of channel because the carpet and the tile was a wet mess! This is a brand new MH, a 2014, I understand that a few kinks need to be worked out, but I'm worried about the damage this could have caused.
I know what you're saying. I've had more than my fair share of problems, Electrical especially which I fixed myself. Water Heater support, I replaced after it sheared off 2 screws and pushed the panel out. Hopefully once you get this corrected you'll have troublefree trips. It's still better than work but sometimes just as frustrating.
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