Leaking water from underneath
There should be no water In the underbelly. Good thing is that chaparrals have 4x8 sheets of coroplast that are easy to remove and take a look. The drain pipe is the lowest point in my underbelly so that is likely why the water is coming out there. During reassembly you can reseal the pipe pass-thrus with duct tape until u get black great-stuff to seal more permanently.
If the subfloor is wet then the leak is likely coming from the upstairs area or plumbing in the basement.
If the water is near the big black pipe (toilet to black tank?) in the basement perhaps a drain stack vent is unsealed on the roof.
I did have had two leaks in my Chaparral. One from not using a pressure reducer on the black tank flush (leak from bathroom sink air admittance valve into basement subfloor). The second leak traced back to the shower drain fitting being loose. The subfloor was wet about a foot behind the water control panel.
Some suggested locations to check-
-roof: is the ac water finding a unsealed plumbing vent stack?
-has it rained? Inspect the roof for unsealed areas that have a direct shot to the basement.
-since u flushed recently perhaps that plumbing is leaking while flushing.
-showered recently? Check the shower drain in the basement area with the shower running.
-toilet flush leaking in the bathroom? Would leak when pressing the flush pedal.
-bath or kitchen sink leaking?
-have u filled the fresh water tank recently? That plumbing is further back in the rear of the trailer. But the valves are at the control panel.
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