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Old 07-07-2010, 06:13 AM   #1
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Leaking Grey Water 1999 Dolphin 36

I am experiencing occasional leaking of grey water, I believe, at the drain conection. This occurs at certain ways I have the leveling jacks deployed. It seems that a minor twist of the chassis is causing the drain pipe to seperate just enough to allow a constant drip of approximately a bucket a day. I tried enlarging the metal wall of the compartment where the pipe comes out thinking that was where the movement might be occuring, but it did not help. I cannot see how to access the area where the drain pipe attaches to the tank from under the rig. Any suggestions are welcome.
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To start with you need to remove the face / front of the water service panel this will give you a better view of what's going on with the pipe and tank connections.
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Thanks, I'll try that. I wondered if that panel comes off.
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