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Old 09-03-2014, 09:16 PM   #1
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Dumb mistake.

Left to go sight seeing and my husband left the BR sink faucet on. Hadn't hooked up the sewer drain. Came back to water draining out of our 2300. Apparently the shower drained out to the pass through storage. Was able to get to the area under the shower in the ceiling of the pass through and dried it out. Now have left the bottom doors open with a fan blowing. Fairly certain we have all of that area dried out. There was water on the BR floor where shower had run over. Can't see any way a way to check that area. There are black covers in the sewer area where the stool and sink drain but don't see away to get to it easily. Should we take it to a dealer to check it out? This is the 3rd day of a 4 week trip.

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Old 09-03-2014, 09:20 PM   #2
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If you've got it all dried, you could probably get away with finishing the trip, but I would recommend having a dealer check it at some point. You'll need to validate no moisture got where it shouldn't and create mold.
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