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Old 07-25-2010, 12:11 PM   #1
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97 Damon Daybreak Hot Water supply Leak

Does anyone know how to access the hot water heater for a 97 Damon Daybreak from the back, bottom, or top (without pulling the whole unit from side of mh) I have a dripping leak when I presurize system and I think it is the in or out water line to WH, plug and presure valve on front are not leaking. Unit seems enclosed in compartment below sink and I don't know how to get too it. Thanks
Leak is below WH from outside
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Probably no easy way. Typically the cabinets are built around the plumbing, so you just have to struggle with it. A small person with long arms may make the job a bit easier.

Each floor plan is different - which length/model of Daybreak do you have?
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Thanks Gary...it is 31 Ft Model 3130...WH is below coach deck, appears to be totally enclosed by cargo type boxed-in area, similar to storage compartments, but without any apparent outside access other than removing entire WH from outside, but not sure how supply line would be released to pull it out anyway. Bypass valve in coach is on carpeted (non-removable) area above heater in cabinet. Floor of coach is supposed to be one piece and no access panels are evident.
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