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Old 12-28-2016, 03:52 PM   #1
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Water leak

Well crap. Opened the coach today, because we need an extra bedroom. Found water leaking from between the tile floor and the underlayment. The water emerges where there are penetrations into the basement. Tore into many things. Unable to find a failed PEX line or hose. Looking where the leak emerges, and process of elimination, I am leaning toward the 1/4" line feeding the ice maker. So; does anyone know where it ties into the water line? I can not see it behind the water inlet / valve panel.

2003 Tradewinds 37 ft LE. Slide out kitchen and bed on port (left) side. Fridge is stationary on starboard.


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Old 12-28-2016, 06:02 PM   #2
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On my 2003 Dolphin the ice maker line connects under the sink to the main water supply. It is the same connection that feeds the filtered water faucet (if you have one) and there is a shut off under the sink.
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I'm sure it's different depending on the coach, but mine is located just inside the removable vent grill for the fridge on the outside wall of the coach. There is a shutoff valve there, with the line heading up the back of the fridge.

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Water Leak

Check the outside access to the refrigerator and locate the solenoid valve to the icemaker -- it should be on the RH side. Turn on the water pump and check for leaks at the solenoid valve. About $45. to replace.
I had the same type leak and it was a devil to find the source.

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