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Old 01-19-2016, 03:23 PM   #11
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Join Date: Jun 2014
Location: Vancouver Wa
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Originally Posted by prsavage View Post
Hi Friends,
new to the group, I hope your year is off to a great start.

I have a problem that has occurred a couple of times. The belly pan fills with water and really sags down. I have dropped the corugated plastic down and looked for the leak but I did not find it. Thanks for any and all replies.
I can't speak to all of your questions, However I too have experienced water collecting in out belly pan. I discovered it as I was heading to the dealer for service. It looked like I had just gone through a car wash leaving a trail of water down the street.

Dealer discovered the connector to the outside shower had a crack and was leaking. The location was on the inside of the wall and so I would not have been able to locate the problem.

They removed the fabric that covers the belly and pulled all the insulation and let it all dry out (it was summer time) They then replaced with new insulation and replaced the fabric. Problem solved.

It was suggested that a crimp connection had been over tightened and cracked the fitting. Hope this gives you a starting point to locate and repair the issue.

Good luck with your repair.


Tom Stillman
Vancouver, WA
2012 Forest River Wildcat Sterling Edition
2010 Ford F350 Super cab (With all the junk taken off) With H&S tuner and set of bags on the back.
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