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Old 01-11-2021, 11:09 AM   #1
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Galley Drain Pipe

Several days ago when preparing to leave on a short trip I noticed water pouring out of the wet bay. I removed the panel and found that the drain pipe from the galley sink which is in a slide out, that was apparently kinked since built which made our sink drain slowly, had cracked at the kink. The break is approx 4 feet back and impossible to get to from either side so the pipe will have to be replaced. Has anyone had this occur and what was done to effect repair. Several messages left at Tiffin for technical assistance have not been returned and we are tired of washing dishes in the shower. Thanks in advance.
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Had the same thing happen on my coach. Fortunately caught it before your experience. Mine leaked onto the floor and carpet by the sink. Was a tough fit getting under the sink and a few arm scrapes. Discovered my hose was rubbing on some metal bracket supporting not anything. Removed that bracket. Went to the local hardware store and bought a new hose. Had to cut the old one of the pvc but was able to fix. Wasn’t easy but fixable. A year later and still no leaks.
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