Originally Posted by bcwatson
I love this community! Y'all have been so helpful so far. Now, for a more difficult one. My girlfriend found leaks in the U-joint under the bathroom sink. Should be an easy enough fix. Disconnect, dry threads, apply plumbers tape and reconnect, right? But she is also finding damp spots in the large storage space between the door and the propane tanks. There is dried white sediment from water dripping down the black PVC pipe in the ceiling of the compartment. It seems to be directly below the sink. But we can't access that area without cutting the foil insulation barrier above. Does anyone know of a plumbing diagram that shows the plumbing/drain lines for the 2019 Wildcat?
Actually, maybe yes... maybe no.
If this U-Joint you are talking about is the P-trap for the sink drain then the connections have gaskets that seal where the coupling nuts on the pipe go together. If you are talking about where the sink drain attaches to the sink itself then maybe plumbers putty (not tape) might seal it. Most have gaskets as well.
Is there any chance the leaking P-trap (or whatever) is running down onto the other things below where you found water? Maybe the sink leak is common to both?