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Old 07-09-2019, 07:04 PM   #21
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Apparently not

Water was in holding tank, but guess it wasn't pressurized. As mentioned, we have an hour and a half drive up a mountain on curvy roads. Only the toilet connection leaked during the walk-thru, but by the time we got the trailer home things had apparently shaken loose. I am not overly impressed with the dealer. However, it appears they have connected everything. We'll see how it goes.
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Old 08-24-2019, 04:59 PM   #22
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Saggy bottoms checking in here! LOL!!!
I've been fighting a small leak somewhere on my slide. (26dbh Patriot) I've witnessed the water after a rain, dripping from the corner of the loveseat, and on the floor under the slide. The water migrates to the undercarriage insulation.

I've resealed stuff, cleaned and inspected the roof. Replaced the vent fan that I suspected due to small amount of water on the bathroom floor. It only happens when it's sitting at storage. With the slide OUT, it doesn't leak. So I cleaned up all the seals on the slide.

After our recent week long trip, its rained pretty good a couple times. I went and checked on it, and NO WATER. I'm glad, but I didn't change anything since the last time it was leaky. Super frustrating.

Long post, but the saggy bottom may be a leak from just about anywhere. Mine was/is definitely somewhere on the slide.
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Old 08-25-2019, 02:20 PM   #23
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Saggy bottoms checking in here! LOL!!!
I've been fighting a small leak somewhere on my slide. (26dbh Patriot) I've witnessed the water after a rain, dripping from the corner of the loveseat, and on the floor under the slide. The water migrates to the undercarriage insulation.

I've resealed stuff, cleaned and inspected the roof. Replaced the vent fan that I suspected due to small amount of water on the bathroom floor. It only happens when it's sitting at storage. With the slide OUT, it doesn't leak. So I cleaned up all the seals on the slide.

After our recent week long trip, its rained pretty good a couple times. I went and checked on it, and NO WATER. I'm glad, but I didn't change anything since the last time it was leaky. Super frustrating.

Long post, but the saggy bottom may be a leak from just about anywhere. Mine was/is definitely somewhere on the slide.
I hope you got it buttoned up. Water leaks are frustrating.
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Old 08-27-2019, 08:15 PM   #24
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26DBH Leaking

I am having the same problem with my 2018 26DBH. Drain line from the top had a cracked fitting. Currently in the shop being repaired. Seems to be a problem with these units.
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Old 07-27-2020, 01:57 PM   #25
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Well I just joined the club on this topic. 2018 Cherokee 27DBH shower P Trap screw tight fitting just under the drain hole had let go and shower drain was just dumping water into this area and collecting in the waterproof liner creating a pool of shower water. I initially thought it was a black tank leak myself as many have. We have put about 8000 miles on the trailer in the last 2 years so it probably just vibrated loose over time. I was able to reach in under the tub via an access panel that was built in during original construction. This construction configuration is begging for a catch pan with a drain hose that would dump outside the camper when a leak develops which seems to be a high probability over time. I am going to DIY a solution with some type of plastic pan and a drain hose before I finish buttoning everything up for good.
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