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Old 09-20-2012, 09:13 PM   #15
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Our bathroom floor stays damp under the vinyl and has developed some soft spots from being water logged. The problem is not in just one area but across the entire floor. I have looked for and checked every water source I can get to and cannot find a leak anywhere. It is a 36' 2000 Georgie Boy split bath plan with enclosed toilet area. Anyone have an idea what the problem might be or any suggestions for finding the problem? If I can't find a solution pretty soon I will have to rip up the entire floor as it is getting pretty soft and beginning to rot.
Sometimes the water is coming in from a place you would never expect. It can be coming down from the roof or a window and running down INSIDE the wall and spreading out across the floor.

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Old 09-21-2012, 03:06 PM   #16
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We just replaced the flooring in the bathroom last week due to a leak from our toilet when flushing. The water was under the vinyl so we did not notice anything until the toilet began to become unstable. Cost 1,300.00 plus. Wish I was a carpenter. The toilet we had in our motorhome was the wrong one. The previous owner put in a cheap toilet that was not right for a floor mounting.

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LightFlight what is the outcome? Have you got it fixed. Pictures?

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