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Old 02-20-2014, 04:51 PM   #1
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Leaky Outdoor Kitchen 2012 Thor Daybreak 34KD

We have a 2012 Thor Daybreak 34KD. A few times now, the outdoor kitchen that uses a macerator to push waste water out has become wet in the area shown in the picture that is attached. We checked all connections and we haven't been able to find a leaky pipe anywhere. Hopefully, one of you astute folks has an idea for us.

Here's when it got wet.
1. I was a dork. I didn't remember to dump my gray tanks before I left a campground and went through some windy roads. When we arrived at our next destination, there was wet under the sink. We attributed this to the gray tank backing up, but couldn't find where the water was coming from...
2. Recently our sewer hose fell off its pedestal that gives it a downward slope during a rainstorm. The sewer hose was full of gray water that did not drain properly. Next thing we knew the outdoor kitchen was wet again.

Ok, so I know it's probably a grey water attachment somewhere....but which one?

Thanks for any ideas.
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Old 02-21-2014, 08:54 AM   #2
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Looks like the pump sucks drain water from sink, out that grey hose, to the greytank. Make sure that clamp on the hose to the tank is tight. Pump may be forcing a small bit of water out a loose connection. If it happened in a rainstorm, the door seal may be the problem. Hose down the "door area", open door and see if water got in.
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