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Old 10-06-2016, 07:29 PM   #1
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Water leak from shower

After we use the shower with the door closed water appears on the kitchen floor.The shower is completely caulked.This is a 2008 Thor Four Winds 31 F.Thanks
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You could have a leak behind the shower itself. Look around on the other side of the shower for a access panel. Could be a square piece of wood screwed on to the wall. Check inside for water
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Old 10-07-2016, 10:31 AM   #3
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I had a leak in my MH shower. Thought it was coming from the drain at first. Later I found out that there was a crack in the shower faucet. Go to:

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This could be your issue--maybe.
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Look at shower drain P trap. The connectors on mine were loose. Just make sure both the upper and lower connection are tight. that is all that was causing the leak on mine. Easy Fix......
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Look at shower drain P trap. The connectors on mine were loose. Just make sure both the upper and lower connection are tight. that is all that was causing the leak on mine. Easy Fix......
My ptrap was cracked. Had to replace. Fixed that leak but still had a little water on the floor in one corner. Shower track was caulked really good on the outside but not inside. Caulking the inside fixed the leak.
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faucet was leaking on mine

so I replaced both inside and outside shower faucets.I found thep trap acess under the shower stall by going outside and looking up in the outside storage compartment there is a removable panel.
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Yep, mine also sprung a big leak after going South.(good thing my wife caught it when I just started to take a shower...STOP !...came the cry from the kitchen).

I removed the Hot/Cold taps and the square, plastic housing for those taps and it turned out that the PEX fastener just behind it came off completely...hose and all.

It was a relatively easy fix, except that it required a new PEX fastener with a "very clean cut" on the end. Fleetwood left me almost no hose to work with so I just barely managed the fix. That was a couple of years ago...so far so good.
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so I replaced both inside and outside shower faucets.I found thep trap acess under the shower stall by going outside and looking up in the outside storage compartment there is a removable panel.
So, did that fix your leak? If it did, was it the faucets, or the P trap?
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