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Old 08-06-2021, 04:30 PM   #1
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Question 2015 34B gray tank access?

My gray tank leaks when the tank starts to get above half full.

The gray tank is not accessible from underneath the coach. Fleetwood service support told me I'd have to remove and crawl in to an access panel from one of the rear luggage compartment. Having eyeballed that opening, there is no way I'll fit.

I can see the gray tank with a flashlight from the passenger side luggage compartment.

There appears to be an access panel from the inside of the coach right above the gray line which feeds into the tank. However, I can't tell if it's underneath carpeting (which seems like my preferred access method) or the hard flooring in the kitchen.

Has anyone with same/similar Fleetwood Bounder had any experience with accessing the gray tank from above? Or cutting out from below to inspect the tank (the tank sits on what appears to be a wood frame, so I'm also not sure where to cut or if I want to even go there)?

I am investigating taking this to an expert to get it looked at, but the lead time for that is quite long and the I can only camp with this unit at sites with full hookups :(
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Old 08-09-2021, 11:46 AM   #2
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Can you see where the leak is? If you could reach it and are able to prep the suface, there are some very good glues that you just might be able to apply a patch.

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I can approximate where the leak is, based upon conditions that lead to a leak (does not leak when rear right of coach is lower than rest of coach). I may be able to remove some side panels to get better access so I can prep and apply the glues you suggested; I'd be applying a fair bit since I can only approximate the leak location.

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