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Old 05-18-2015, 06:14 PM   #1
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Water Drip

I have a drip from the area behind the "city water connection on my 2000 Bounder 32W. I looked at access from the face but that didn't seem right. I didn't want to damage anything so am looking for the best way to access the area just behind "city water" and "hot" and "cold" low point drains. Any ideas will be appreciated.
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Are those drains mounted on a panel that has labels for each? That panel will have to come loose to access the plumbing behind.
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I just fixed this exact problem on our 99 Southwind. An adj wrench and a pair of channel locks was all I needed. Remove anything stored below the drain so you can reach up behind the panel. Hold the brass fitting with the hose fitting and unscrew the cpvc pipe thread clockwise. Renew the rubber washer and reassemble. Mine was dripping 5gal overnight
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