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Old 11-17-2013, 03:32 PM   #1
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Anyone ever remove the tank? I have a severe leak when tank is more than 1/2 full. Seems all sealed from top and bottom. 2006 Fleetwood, Expedition. Tank is ahead of Black tank in the frame rails below the floor. No access from the bottom or top.
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Old 11-17-2013, 09:51 PM   #2
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Anyone ever remove the tank? I have a severe leak when tank is more than 1/2 full. Seems all sealed from top and bottom. 2006 Fleetwood, Expedition. Tank is ahead of Black tank in the frame rails below the floor. No access from the bottom or top.
I have a `06 Bounder Diesel which has the FW Tank in the same position. I believe the propane tank is under the FW Tank so that would be a problem also. Then there's the issue of disconnecting and reconnecting the inlet, outlet, and drain lines.

Your leak could be loose or broken plumbing connection on the end of the tank.

Unless you're really mechanically inclined, I think I'd leave this operation for someone trained in this area of repair and maintenance.

Or, you might want to call or email Fleetwood to see what they have to say. The phone no. is 800-322-8216, and email is fleetwoodmhservice@fleetwoodrv.com

Have your FIN & VIN handy when you call or include them in your email correspondence.
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