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Old 09-15-2008, 08:38 AM   #1
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We have a Journey 32T and I have a leak in the street side storage bay in which the water pump is located. The leak only happens when we use the water pump and never when we are using CG hook-ups.

Any ideas as to where to check for the source as my visual inspection reveals little success.

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We have a Journey 32T and I have a leak in the street side storage bay in which the water pump is located. The leak only happens when we use the water pump and never when we are using CG hook-ups.

Any ideas as to where to check for the source as my visual inspection reveals little success.

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Old 09-15-2008, 09:48 AM   #3
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As it only happens when you use the water pump, I would suspect the water pump or water pump hose fittings as the source. I had one that started leaking at a seam around the body of the pump. With shore water disconnected or turned off, open a faucet to cause the pump to start up, and then watch to see where the pump leaks.
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