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Old 04-09-2014, 09:15 AM   #1
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Question Black Canvas bag Under Stove Cabinet-2014 33.2

Getting Ready for my first trip and began preparing unit (dewinterize) for the trip. Took off the panel underneath the stove cabinet and found the Icemaker bypass valve. However, found a long canvas black bag with velcro fasteners for the front opening. Inside, I found what appears to be the washing machine flexible drain plastic pipe about 2" in diameter. The piping was disconnected at the joint (similar to kichen sink drain). A closer inspection revealed putty like substance in the joint used to prevent water leaks leaks. Presume this needs to be connected and sealed properly. Has anyone encountered a similar event? Could this have been disconnected as part of winterize process (don't believe this is necessary)? Also, it appears the bag was attached to the side of the cabinet with a piece of wood and a bracket (this was torn from the cabinet). Appreciate any input. Thanks

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Getting Ready for my first trip and began preparing unit (dewinterize) for the trip. Took off the panel underneath the stove cabinet and found the Icemaker bypass valve. However, found a long canvas black bag with velcro fasteners for the front opening. Inside, I found what appears to be the washing machine flexible drain plastic pipe about 2" in diameter. The piping was disconnected at the joint (similar to kichen sink drain). A closer inspection revealed putty like substance in the joint used to prevent water leaks leaks. Presume this needs to be connected and sealed properly. Has anyone encountered a similar event? Could this have been disconnected as part of winterize process (don't believe this is necessary)? Also, it appears the bag was attached to the side of the cabinet with a piece of wood and a bracket (this was torn from the cabinet). Appreciate any input. Thanks

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Pictures would be an awesome addition to your questions. The putty sealant might be correct if the hose is properly connected at the joint. There should be hose clamps securing the hose. On my 33.2 the bag was also torn from the cabinet and bracket. However, I never noticed the putty. I assume that is plumbers putty?
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Did my own reconnect . I think the movement of the slide separated it. I forget how I reconnected it however I did it very solid so it would not happen again.
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that black canvas keeps critters out from coming in under the slide opening...
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