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Old 05-31-2016, 06:27 AM   #1
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I have a 1996 Holiday Rambler Imperial 37WDS that I have discovered a water leak on. While filling with water, I noticed a leaking low drain valve that would release water pressure once the system is pressurized. That's not my big concern, easy fix ( I THINK ). My bigger concern is that I noticed a leak coming from the center of the underbelly coming thru the insulation. I crawled under and removed a piece of insulation and water just ran out and the metal cover under the insulation is also corroded. Haven't had the chance to get the rest of the insulation off and remove the aluminum panels yet, but does it sound like a fresh water line leaking? It only leaks with the pump running.

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Old 05-31-2016, 08:13 AM   #2
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Are you talking about the bottom side of the coach floor, or the basement floor? If it is the coach floor, water can travel horizontally for a long way before finding an exit point. My first inspection would be the p-trap under the shower.

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Mike, it's actually under the coach itself where the water is leaking through the insulation, between the frame rails.
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I'm guessing that once I get the insulation and metal panel off I'll be able to see some of the plumbing, and hopefully the source of the leak.
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