I own a 2003 Holiday Rambler Endevor 40 ft DP.
I noticed my bedroom carpet at the head of my bed on the slide out is getting wet when I am camping and hooked to the water supply.
The hot water heater does not appear to be leaking and is not near the slide. I wonder if the ice maker polypropylene hose from the fridge runs under the slide and connects wherever and could be leaking or possibly the shower water connections near the slide?
Anyone with similar year and make of coach had this problem?
I am perplexed as to where to start looking.
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I noticed the leak was on the right side of the bed at the head of the bed. There is a small built up(I’ll call it a tunnel cover) that runs through the side board of the bed and out both sides. It is about 4”x4”x 6’. The wet spot is coming out from under the “tunnel cover” on the right side of the bed where it exits the side board of the bed.
I was able to lift the top of the bed and get inside the storage area and move the “tunnel cover” a bit and shine a light in the crack and noticed one red plastic hot water line, one blue plastic cold water line and an approximately 2” pvc drain line running in the space.
My leak has to be coming from one of those 3 lines or a connection to those lines.
I will need to partially dissemble the bed to get the right side side panel out of the way to allow the “tunnel cover” to be removed so I can spot the source of the leak and repair it.
I’ll post more when I have time to proceed further on the project.