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Old 04-03-2024, 09:54 PM   #1
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Freelander Water Leak

We have a 2023 21RS that was winterized by our dealer in mid October. It is at an RV storage lot and we had very little snow before the end of December. We had a pretty heavy snowfall in January and checked on the MH after most of the snow melted to make sure there were no issues. I noticed a few drops of water on the floor of the far wall in the bathroom. The toilet is on that side along with a storage cabinet and the fridge is on the other side of the wall. We didn't see any water on the ceiling by the vent but noticed that the wallpaper panel felt damp. Had the MH in to be summarized on Monday and asked them to check it out. The tech flush the antifreeze out of the plumbing system and check everything out. He said when he flushed the toilet it spryed water the first time but was ok after that so he decided that's where the water came from. That makes no sense since there was no water anywhere when it was winterized. Just wondering what else they should be checking since there is no water on the ceiling or anywhere else they should be looking
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Old 04-04-2024, 12:53 AM   #2
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What kind of RV is your 21RS?
FR has a Roo/Shamrock 21RS hybrid trailer but your post says "MH", which stands for motorhome.
It's important to include the complete information on your RV.
Many FR brands use the same model number.
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Old 04-04-2024, 01:14 AM   #3
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Our motorhome is a class C Forest River Coachman Freelander 21RS
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Old 04-04-2024, 05:04 AM   #4
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Our motorhome is a class C Forest River Coachman Freelander 21RS
Moved thread from the Tech and Repair section to the Coachmen Motorhomes sub-forum for better help from other Freelander owners and possible factory support.
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