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Old 10-08-2019, 02:13 PM   #1
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Kitchen sink leak

Greetings, I'm James Garrett along with my wife Colleen, we have a 2002 Alpine coach. Thursday, Oct 3rd I noticed water on the tile floor, beneath the kitchen sink. I also noticed the water ran out on the floor while doing dishes. We were 250 miles from home and in the eastern Oregon desert. Knowing we were headed home in two days, we used the sink very little. Upon checking under the sink, I notice a T fitting that connects to the shower drain, sink drain and a vent pipe. It appears to swivel with the slide, but has rubber boots on top & bottom. Very hard to reach. Any one else have this problem?
Thanks to Steve Maurmann for his help, and to anyone else who assists us.
James Garrett
Bonanza, Ore.
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Greetings, I'm James Garrett along with my wife Colleen, we have a 2002 Alpine coach. Thursday, Oct 3rd I noticed water on the tile floor, beneath the kitchen sink. I also noticed the water ran out on the floor while doing dishes. We were 250 miles from home and in the eastern Oregon desert. Knowing we were headed home in two days, we used the sink very little. Upon checking under the sink, I notice a T fitting that connects to the shower drain, sink drain and a vent pipe. It appears to swivel with the slide, but has rubber boots on top & bottom. Very hard to reach. Any one else have this problem?
Thanks to Steve Maurmann for his help, and to anyone else who assists us.
James Garrett
Bonanza, Ore.

Taking our the wood trim piece from the slide makes access easier. Ace Hardware has the rubber fitting.
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Old 10-08-2019, 08:32 PM   #3
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I have it apart already, and was actually able to loosen the clamps and wiggle the Tee fitting back into place and re-tightened the clamps. I still need to replace the rigid white hose.
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Old 10-09-2019, 08:30 AM   #4
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Kitchen sink leak

I see you are a new member, welcome to the family.

Have you searched for prior threads, this problem has been worked several times.
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welcome to the family.

Have you searched for prior threads, this problem has been worked several times.
Ditto and as was recommended to me, add "f104" to your search phrase, in the above search box for Alpine info.
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Here is a good one:


Galley Sink Drain Leak
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