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Old 02-10-2019, 08:59 PM   #1
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Major leak in the rear storage bin of 99 Rexhall

I noticed that my rear storage bin on the passenger side was flooded and it looks like water is dripping from the ceiling of the bin. What is right above that is the fresh water tank under the bed. I checked all around the bed and under the bed where the water tank is. The carpet all around the bed is dry. In the under bed compartment where the water tank is, it smells musty and some linens I had under there felt damp but the carpet around the tank is just slightly damp not soaked like you think it would be. I felt all around the water pump and tubing and nothing feels wet. On the plumbing schematic I see two water lines going down near the head of the bed, ( the overflow and the water tank dump), but I can't get up far enough to see them or feel if it wet up there. I'm worried that the tank may be cracked or I'm wondering how are those two water lines routed to the outside. Could it be that the water dump line has broken in that area between the top of the storage bin and the floor of the bedroom and if so, How do I get to it. The top of the storage ben looks like a silver foil material on top of insulation. I would think that if the tank itself was cracked, that the carpet under the bed and around the bed would be wet. When my water pump went out a couple of years ago the floor was soaked.
Can anyone help me with this issue?

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Old 02-13-2019, 11:00 AM   #2
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You probably don't hear to hear my suggestion, but I'd probably be removing that tank to see what's going on.
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