De winterizing camper. Pumping out pink stuff for fresh water. Open valves to let water heater fill. water heater full and water pump energized.... pump going on and off.... Faucet open somewhere? check all...none open.... This is when I notice water pooling on the floor in the main walk area and it is coming from under the bathroom wall. I open the hatch under the tub and water is leaking down from between the walls. I have narrowed it down to the cold water by shutting off the hot water at the water heater and making sure the bypass is shut off. Water still pouring down the inside of the wall. I am not really sure on how to get in there where it connects. Took the screws out of the edge of the shower panel and the rest of the panel look to be glued on. I don't want to dig to deep as it is still under warranty.
Leaving for Florida this Friday. Called Dealer and will not be able to look at it for more than a week out....
I told the Dealer that I could live with out the cold water in the shower until I get back and they can look at it, but.... I must have a way to shut the water off to the shower cold water side. I told them that I would most like go a head and install a shut off valve under the tub. If I do the cold water, I will do the hot water too. Heck, I think that I may get a shut off valve for every sink and the stool too. The warranty person that I was talking to did not say it was ok or not ok.... Just that it was my camper.
Suggestions on how to install shut off valves on everything and where to install them. I would like a better place for the tub than underneath it, behind an access panel.
I looked at the pex hoses and they look to be all crimped with metal crimps. I have read some threads about the crimps being plastic.... these are metal. I am not worried (neither is the wife) about how much I spend, I just want it right to where nothing leaks and when it does it is easy to work on in the future.
I was looking (will some time) at removing the outside Kitchen sink (bath too) and replacing it with something of a better grade. The Pex hoses are crimped into a short white braided plastic hose and that it crimped onto the plastic sink.
All suggestion welcome....
This is taking up my time of shining up and installing my new OC awning poles.