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Old 03-06-2013, 12:02 PM   #1
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Location: Redlands CA
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Toilet leak

I have had my Trailer for about 16 months and every now and again I would find water around the toilet figured it was my 4yr old playing with the wand. well found out last trip that the hose from the wand has a hose clamp on the back and only leaked when flushing. To make matters worse it would leak worse when cold almost not at all when warm (like summer).

So long story short (I know to late), check the hose clamp where the wand connects to the toilet. Yours might drip too. Also check all the connections for the plastic lines during first cold camping (fall) the lines can loosen during summer, shrink then during cooler weather leak. So check fluid connections cold.
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