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Old 01-31-2011, 04:43 AM   #1
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Gray Water Leak

I have a gray water leak that comes out at the top of the right rear wheel well. I have followed all the drain lines until it goes under the floor and couldn't find any leaks. The leak must be below the floor. Somebody was nice enough to send me Fleetwood factory drawings of my plumbing and also told me there is a removable panel under the linoleum to get to the plumbing under the floor but I don't see how I am going to get the linoleum up without making a huge mess and headache. Don't they lay the linoleum down first and install everything on top of it? Is the linoleum glued down like in a house? Has anybody else had this same issue?

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Old 01-31-2011, 05:23 AM   #2
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The linoleum will not be glued down and you are correct that the linoleum (carpet too) is the first installed. It could be cut at the walls and removed from carpet seam and then glued back at these perimeters after repairs
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