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Old 04-08-2015, 10:27 PM   #11
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It turned out to be the hot water connection under my sink - hand tightened - seemed to do the trick.


I am going to check the low point soon. Where is that btw ?
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Old 04-09-2015, 01:00 PM   #12
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For the low point drains - what am I looking for exactly?


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Old 04-09-2015, 01:34 PM   #13
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If there is a shower building I would use it. The water is leaking down to the plywood and may be saturating it. I pulled the panel from below the bathroom sink and pointed my space heater into it to help dry it out. I'm paranoid that way.
Very good advice EricF, RV owners must Take Notice!! There is NO such thing as a (Small Leak) in a RV! A leak can cause $$$$$ in a Short period of time! Youroo!!
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For the low point drains - what am I looking for exactly?
Usually one blue and one white pex pipe hanging under unit with caps on the ends.. Could be on both sides.
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The low end points are not leaking.


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Looked under bathroom sink - there are just no leaks there or close by - couldn't remove wall abutting the shower - maybe I misunderstood the earlier advice


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Usually one blue and one white pex pipe hanging under unit with caps on the ends
Mine are blue (cold) and red (hot).
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Mine are the same color. On the door side.


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Looked under bathroom sink - there are just no leaks there or close by - couldn't remove wall abutting the shower - maybe I misunderstood the earlier advice


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If you look under the bathroom sink the panel that blocks off the back part is attached to a small piece of one inch by one inch wood with two screws going into the floor. Take those out and that whole flimsy panel will come out.

When I took out mine I could clearly see the water coming out from below my shower pan by the wall.

Hopefully yours is only the sink connection.
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Small Leak

I'll take another look - don't think I have the same view behind the back panel as yours. The panel on the right is really fastened.


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