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Old 03-08-2012, 03:19 PM   #1
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Water line schmatics?

We have a 2007 Cardinal,and have been chasing a leak that is between the shower and the fridge. I have checked and tightened the connections at the shower faucet, however we still have a leak somewhere, evident by the moisture found along the moulding by the bedroom door. Upon inspection in the compartment under the shower, I noticed two water lines going from the shower (I am guessing) through the compartment floor as if it would be a lw point drain, however there is no low point drain on that side of the coach. I was wondering if anyone knew where to find, or who to ask, to obtain a schematic for the water lines before I start tearing out the shower and knocking holes in the walls. I always get great information from eveyone who posts on here. Thank you for the help!

2004 Chevy 3500 Silverado Dually w/Duramax
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Old 03-08-2012, 03:43 PM   #2
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Doubt you will find a one cause they don't exist. Sorry I believe your on your own on this one.
unless someone has done it before.

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Old 03-08-2012, 06:00 PM   #3
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shed some new light

Originally Posted by bdyates View Post
before I start tearing out the shower and knocking holes in the walls.
can we try to get a long flex camera
flashlight with mirrors
or someTHING
before we get to that point ??

or at least
before tearing out possibly more than needed
a trip to a (good) local RV repair
may shed some new light ??

I had two different leaks in our trailer
a while back
took apart the bottom of the
bathroom closet trying to locate one
there was nothing in there
(now just another repair to make)
decided to slow down a little
with some thinking on the matter
I found the leak
and it was pretty easy to repair
without tearing much apart

good luck with this one
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