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Old 08-26-2009, 08:56 PM   #1
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Unhappy '07 MADP rear bath water leak, how to access?

Hello all,

Long time no speak...

I just got a call from the folks, it seems they have developed a small water leak in their rear bathroom. We think it something to do with either the sink, or vacuum toilet. It is after hours to contact highline, so that will have to wait until tomorrow.

Does anyone know how to access the fresh water pipes leading to the rear bath?

I have an RV plumber coming out tomorrow to look at it, but he admitted he is not very familiar with rear bath models.

The water is slowing dripping out from above the right (curb) side tag wheel.

Any assistance would be much appreciated.
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If its piped as mine you will only see pipes under the sink cabinet, the run to toilet and possibly under the shower if you have a access hole on face of shower.
You should check all pipe fittings you can see for a loose fitting and tighten.
If its in concealed area its difficult to determine where it might be because the water can travel quit a way from source.
In the area over tires check and see if WH is in that area or water pump.
WasherDryer hoses could be loose or cracked. Drain hose not in pipe.
The sewer flush fitting to black tank may be broken off tank if that was used they are known to corrode and brake away from tank and compartment will fill if used recently.
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