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Old 09-23-2014, 01:53 PM   #1
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Leaky fresh water tank.

Last weekend we were in a state park and a couple pulled in with a brand 2015 new bath and a half Class A gasser! It was really pretty. He had just filled up his freshwater tank. We said hello, admired their new rig and went back to our campsite. He came over a bit later and asked if his rig was suppose to be leaking water? There was small steady drip coming from underneath over another tank, which looked to be the black water tank. I thought maybe it was the overflow. And the fw drain was closed. In the am his fresh water tank was empty. So, they had a date with the dealer in a few days. The camper was a couple of weeks new to them. I said welcome to the wonderful of rving that people don't like to talk about.


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Sounds like good QC on the assembly line and even better attention to detail, during the dealer PDI.... NOT!
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