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Old 08-09-2015, 02:20 PM   #1
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kitchen drain leak

We have a 2000 monaco windsor 38'. we have a leak in our kitchen drain somewhere between the end of the slider and the outside drain. Any suggestions on how to get to it? Has anyone else experienced this problem? Thank you.

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If is anything like my Endeavor, you can remove some of the interior panels and shelves beneath the kitchen sink to gain access to the plumbing. If your toilet is just aft of the slide, and there is any type of ventilation grille or register in the toilet pedestal, you might see something from there, but I think you'll have a better shot at fixing the leak through the sink cabinet.

It annoys me to no end that there is no access panel for that area. Mine is beneath and behind the shower.



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When the slide is fully extended is there a sliding tambour door at one end of the slide? If so that would be concealing the plumbing. One of the floor plans seems to have a plumbing access panel, what's your model number?
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Your plumbing may be similar to mine. Attached is a picture that shows the way the plumbing works for the slide.

On my coach I have ~3 drawers out on the outside next to the slide wall. There is a set of doors with storage under the stove. You will have to remove the shelves under the stove to access the panel that will expose the plumbing. The leak could either be on the slide side of the plumbing or the stationary side where it attaches to the coach plumbing. Hopefully you will be able to fix it from there.
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