After getting the hot water functioning I thought all was well until I went to drain the fresh water tank. I turned the pump on (never did that before except just to see if it worked after filling the fresh water tank our first day at the RV park) and the outside shower began leaking on to the ground from inside the compartment.
I opened up the compartment and saw water running behind the compartment through the gap where the shower hose goes into the trailer. I only discovered this just before the fresh water tank had emptied. I emptied the fresh water tank through the outdoor shower buy just letting the shower head drain into the sewer drain. I didn't think much of it cause I quickly turned off the pump.
After we pulled up camp, we stopped just outside the RV park (on a slant towards the passenger side) to check things and when I opened the TT door, water was running from underneath the bath sink, bath tub, kitchen sink! Not tons, but about 3 little streams.
The water was from the leak of the outdoor shower which leaked behind the bath vanity sink! Luckily we had bath towels, wash clothes and hand towels just below the leaks and it soaked up tons of the water. It also ruined all of the toilet paper we had stored there too.
So strange, because it didn't leak there when the city water was on, only when the pump operated. I looked under the bath sink vanity and tightened all the connections (they were not even hand tightened nor were the sink drains). After tightening everything, no more leaks.
Sheesh, I thought I had tightened all the connections and drains. Moped up the water and everything seems fine. I feared the water would swell up some of the trim wood next to the floor, but so far so good.
I called the dealer and told them about it. I suggested that the people that inspect these new trailers tighten all the connections and drains. I had thought they would have checked them when they winterized everything. I noticed the colored antifreeze under the kitchen sink drain, and had to tighten it to stop it from leaking.
I had heard of this many times here on the forum and I meant to check all of the hose connections and drains. The service department just said that after a trailer travels things loosen up. We had only pulled the trailer about 3 hours total! Anyway, I'm so glad this was the problem and not something worse and apparently no damage.
So, if any of you have a new unit, please check every faucet, drain, hose connection throughout the unit cause they probably are not tight and will cause a similar leak. I'm so glad that it didn't leak worse. Just wanted the forum readers to know.
Other wise wife and I are very pleased with our new unit. I have enjoyed tinkering and makin it home away from home.