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Old 01-20-2013, 07:40 AM   #15
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To all those folks who shared advice with me on the shower leak, Thanks. After being told that the toilet did not leak (by an RV repair guy) and it probably was the shower I sealed every place in the shower and shower door that I though could leak and the carpet was still getting wet (yes I checked all the shower piping and fittings and drain). I went back to the toilet because I just knew it had to be leaking based on the location of the wet area. Sure enough water was running down the hose and the plywood floor was wet, which I could see from the vent hole near the floor after removing the wall cover. Took the RV in and had the mechanism behind the toilet replaced and was assured it would not leak. You guessed it, it still leaks. Seems to be the hose fitting where it attaches to the back of the toilet. I plan to take the RV back and see if they can fix it. I worked on it somewhat and have reduced the leak but I am only using the water pump when needed. RV techs aren't perfect either. Still having fun. Again, thanks for all the advice.
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is it possible the shower head is aimed differently and the water is going over the surround? This was my issue
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To all those folks who shared advice with me on the shower leak, Thanks. After being told that the toilet did not leak (by an RV repair guy) and it probably was the shower I sealed every place in the shower and shower door that I though could leak and the carpet was still getting wet (yes I checked all the shower piping and fittings and drain). I went back to the toilet because I just knew it had to be leaking based on the location of the wet area. Sure enough water was running down the hose and the plywood floor was wet, which I could see from the vent hole near the floor after removing the wall cover. Took the RV in and had the mechanism behind the toilet replaced and was assured it would not leak. You guessed it, it still leaks. Seems to be the hose fitting where it attaches to the back of the toilet. I plan to take the RV back and see if they can fix it. I worked on it somewhat and have reduced the leak but I am only using the water pump when needed. RV techs aren't perfect either. Still having fun. Again, thanks for all the advice.
Glad you got it figured out, and I hope they can FIX IT this time!!
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