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Old 08-06-2011, 07:02 PM   #1
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Plumbing Pace Arrow

I have a 94 Pace Arrow that has a water leak at the pee trap on the shower/tub. I believe this is why I have been chasing an electrical issue for the last week....MAYBE

My question is how does one gain access to this pee trap. I have looked EVERYWHERE for an access panel and the only two I could find were along the tub itself which doesnt give me access there, and the other is under the kitchen counter. (tub/shower butt up to the wall) and I can see the pee trap but again its to far down for me to access it at any angle. The only other possibility is to cut an access panel in one of the storage compartments below but I'm afraid of whats behind that wall. I know there are gas lines and a few electrical wires back which may explain my electrical issue. Not to mention it appears to me that wall is used as a support. Has anyone ever encountered something like this? If so what was your fix?
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If it helps, I uploaded all of the plumbing, freshwater, 110v &12 v schematics plus the Generator service manual in the files section of the IRV2 site. They are for 1994 Pace Arrow 454 gas model.
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