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Old 08-15-2005, 09:50 PM   #1
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I want to take out the bathroom and re do it.I think it is nessasary to find my water leak and I want to re do it anyway. any ideas where to start? any suggestions appreciated.
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I want to take out the bathroom and re do it.I think it is nessasary to find my water leak and I want to re do it anyway. any ideas where to start? any suggestions appreciated.
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Take lots and lots of pictures in detail. Take more as you go along. That way, you will know how it all goes back together. Do it when you know you aren't going to be camping for a while. These things always take longer than you think. Other than that, just start taking things off the walls and floor and have at it.

Do you have a general idea of what is leaking? Another question, are you plumbing inclined to the point that you have the skill to plumb the system with no leaks? If not, I would considering checking with a local plumber before you start rippin out your pipes.

Have fun with your project!!!

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Is this a new leak or the same one you had in your water tank? Did you follow the suggestions on the previous threads for leaking water tank?
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Suggest you try barthmobile.com There is a fella on there that knows everything there ever was to know about Barth-------buys them fixes them sells them---and I think is the originator of the web site. You will get help there for sure. PJRACER
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