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Old 02-24-2015, 01:54 PM   #1
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Thumbs down Owners manual 86 Monaco Cavalier strange hose leaking water

Thanks for any and all help or advice. I have 86 cavalier and this time when I was filling fresh water tank via shore hook up as soon as I started the water there was a small stream of water coming from a hose under the coach just to the rear of the fuel fill hose and on the side of the fuel tank. The over fill drain is at the rear of the coach at the water tank so that's not it.
I turned off the shore water and turned on my pump and the hose started to drain the same way and this has never happened before. The hose is grey fresh water hose and hangs down about 2". I have tried to track down where this line is but I thought I would ask for help first, so far I have taken water filler door off no leaks could not see the hose which would be between the water fill and fuel fill door under coach. Then pulled out panels in the bathroom and could not see anything there either. Then pulled out all the drawers in kitchen nothing yet. Now if no help I will have to pull out all paneling under the stove burners. This only leaks when under pressure from pump or shore line. Thank you
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Sounds like a low point drain.
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Good luck with a solution.
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You didnt say if you winterized and dewinterized it yourself or had a dealer do it. Sounds like a low point drain wasnt closed.
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was not winterized try to use every 6 or 6 weeks even in winter.
Where we live just a few nights into the upper 20s no ice or snow. nothing changed just started draining that's what has confused me. thank you CW.
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