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Old 12-27-2009, 04:54 PM   #1
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Draining water

I drained the water from our M/H including the two low drains. The back drain(toward the rear of coach was fine), the forward drained properly except I got a great deal of water in addition from the front top of my basement door to the propane tank. It was late in the day and dark so I did not investigate. There has been no problem with the water system at all. I don't know how water could get up in that area. I have done this for the past 4 years and do not remember anything like this. Any thoughts?

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Old 12-28-2009, 09:56 AM   #2
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That propane compartment door gets seldom use. Any water from the door might be trapped rainwater caught in the door-cladding channel. On my Allegro Bay the basement doors are framed with tubular aluminum channel that will sometimes hold up to several tablespoons of rainwater. It is most unwelcome for it to come dribbling down just as I get underneath the door.

Your problem might be different; but at night...this might be what you experienced.
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