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Old 07-15-2014, 01:27 PM   #1
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Been going through the recently purchased (about 3 weeks now) 1992 Coachmen Royal 360RD, I'm doing the little tlc things and figuring out what switches does what. Finally got brave enough to hook the water up to it and low and behold I have a water leak coming down right in front of the drivers side rear tire, it appears that it may be coming from the bathroom, perhaps from under the sink as there are several water lines that run along the wall there. Does anyone have any good ideas of how to go about finding the source of the leak.
Also, I can not get the porch light to go on, it is pretty high on the side of the coach with no switch on it so I figure there must be a switch for it inside the door as you go up the stairs, as there are 3 switches there, one for the steps, one for a concealed light above the door on the inside, and one for the entry way light for the stairs into the coach. Anyone know where the switch to control the porch light might be. It's the little things that bug me.
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Old 07-15-2014, 01:45 PM   #2
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Make sure your low point hot and cold water drain values are closed and the same on the fresh water tank drain valve as well

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Your porch light may come on with the light for the stairs (mine does). You could just have a burned out bulb or a bit of corrosion in the socket.
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looking to buy my FIRST rv and lots of questions
like which is better diesel or gas?
washer and dryer yes or no?
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Lots of prior threads with a wealth of info. Try the search function and get days of reading.

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