After finally managing to get the toilet removed last time I moved on to the removal of the toilet riser and shower pan to give me access to the spaces under the shower. I also removed the heater on the other side of the wall to expose the rest of the shower/toilet plumbing.
A view of the backside and underside of the shower with the heater out of the way. More hose clamps here.
I'm really starting to hate these things. The T on the upper right is the hot water line, and then both hot and cold run off to the lower-left to what appear to be drain valves.
A little elbow grease and the toilet riser is removed along with the blackwater pipe down to the tank.
And finally we can pull the shower pan out of the way and get a better idea of the carnage. There seem to be three major leaks in play that I have identified so far:
- The toilet supply line which damaged the walls directly behind and adjacent to the toilet, and then out into the floor in front of the galley.
- The distribution manifold behind the heater which seems to have run forward and damaged the floor along the driver's side wall of the coach and under the dinette across towards the entrance door.
- The major leak under the shower pan. I am still unsure if this is due to a leaking shower drain, a crack/leak in the shower pan that I haven't noticed yet, or another leak up under the bathroom cabinetry
After a little carpet removal and a little vacuuming things are starting to look better.
Amazingly quite a bit of the carpet under the toilet riser had a plastic barrier sheet on top which caused the water to flow into the walls and the subfloor but not into the carpet itself.
I still have quite a bit of cleanup to do in the heater compartment, as well as more carpet removal in the bathroom itself. I also forgot a few things during my Home Depot run, so I will need to pick those up before I can re-do the plumbing and start putting things back together again.