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Old 02-12-2017, 11:37 AM   #1
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Fresh water system

I have a 2007 Sierra Sport 40 foot toy hauler. I filled my fresh water tank from the filler and noticed that there was significant drip coming from the underside toward the rear of the trailer. Later when I returned, the drip had stopped and the freshwater sensor now reads two-thirds full.

Has anyone had experience with this? Any thoughts on whether, and if so, what the issue might be? Also, I have looked but not have found any diagrams of the inner systems of the trailer. Can anyone tell me how to access the entire water system of the trailer?

Any assistance would be appreciated.

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Old 02-12-2017, 11:54 AM   #2
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Enclosed underbelly? pull it down or cut a 3 sided access door with a box knife with the hinge at the front, and tape back into place with gorilla tape
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Enclosed underbelly? pull it down or cut a 3 sided access door with a box knife with the hinge at the front, and tape back into place with gorilla tape


Thank you. It's actually dripped from an enclosed steel box area behind the axles. I will check how to pull it down.
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It has screws and metal strips down the edges.....And the underbelly isn't a structural thing, and it's a big job, so I'd make the trap door....had to replace heater duck hoses in this one
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It has screws and metal strips down the edges.....


Thank you Bob, that is helpful. I appreciate it
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I traced out the freshwater system yesterday. All the tanks, including two 50 gallon freshwater tanks are mounted on the frame below the underbelly. Steel bars hold them in place and can be unscrewed to drop the tanks.

I don't know why I thought they were steel housings but they are actually black plastic material. The rear freshwater tank has a leak at the top and left an interesting white stain.

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Hard water will stain like that
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You sure about having 2 freshwater tanks?
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Any thoughts on what the water brought out to make the stain?
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