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Old 11-05-2011, 04:10 PM   #1
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Fleetwood bounder has water leak

2008 Fleetwood Bounder has water leaking out of the right side about the 3ard compartment from the back , a constant dripping , i have turned the water off coming from out side or the water inlet ,and still leaks , there was a guy working on the furnance a couple day's ago would that have anything to do with it ???? the leak is on the passengers side .....

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John, I sent a message to the mods to move your post to the Fleetwood Bounder forum.

You don't say which side...if its under the shower it could be the drain pipe has loosened. Mine did and its a booger to tighten.
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John, Can you give us some more info? What is located inside above that compartment? What was done to the furnace, was it removed and reinstalled? Have you looked inside to see if you can remove any drawers or maybe a panel that can be removed to look for water lines/connections? You need to get that leak fixed ASAP. Water can really destroy.
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Wayne there is nothing there just the bed , and we have no water running , its a constant dripping there is a black box with with a line going in and a bigger line going in the top ....
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On my 2008 38S Bounder, my shower drain developed a dripping leak. I don't know which floor plan you have but if its near your shower you can gain access by removing the acrylic panel and looking under the shower.

Remember, the actual leak may be several feet from where you're seeing the drip.
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Thanks for all your help
But the problem was with in the wall it was a water line that run's to the sink in the kitchen .....
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