Originally Posted by HAARubicon
#1 - there was standing water in the "in floor" storage bin in the rear bunkhouse. We opened it up to discover a moldy mess with about 2" of standing water.
#2 - While connected to the city water source, our fresh water tank is filling up. My guess here is that water is back flowing thru the water pump into the fresh tank. I think this is an easy fix. I cycled the pump a few times but it is still leaking in.
#3 - It is cold where we are camping, down into the lower 20's high teens at night. There is excessive sweating in the corners which would indicate poor sealing in the corners allowing cold to infiltrate in. Is anyone else experiencing this?
#4 - The gas lines connecting the tanks to the trailer leak like a sieve. I soaped them up and every crimp connection leaks. Has anyone experienced this?
1) Sorry, other than what was mentioned, I can't help. Water tends to seek the path of least resistance and may be coming from an unusual source.
2) Your water pump internal check valve is leaking. This can happen for several reasons (used only compressed air to winterize, dirt in water, just plain stuck valve). Only repair is to replace the pump head or the pump. There are several threads on the subject.
SHURFLO Check Valve Kit at West Marine
3) This has been covered pretty much
4) Sounds like your pigtails need to be replaced.
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