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Old 07-16-2014, 09:31 PM   #1
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Massive water leak....

So I just spent the last week remodeling our new camper and STUPID me did check the water lines before we started. Went to dewinterize it and water started pouring out from behind the steps... the floor there was bad but I associated it with being where everyone steps in and out. So, can anyone help with a tip of how to repair the line? I thought about trying to cap off the line where it leaves the pump and goes to the bathroom as I believe thats the broken line. But they go under the floor and disappear. The new floor is a vinyl free floating floor so removal isnt the easiest and the new sub floor is 3/4" so maybe go in from under the camper? Here are some pics of the area where the water is coming from.

The two lines I would presume to be low point drains. The water is coming from above them... thanks all
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Old 07-16-2014, 09:58 PM   #2
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I should add this is when using the pump. I havent tried city connection yet but im sure same out come
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