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Old 05-22-2013, 05:28 PM   #1
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Water leak hidden

I have a drip water leak when I have campground water hooked to hose input to my water system. Leak is coming from inside the water/sewage compartment. I suspect it might be close to electric hose reel. How in the world do you get into that area to work?

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On mine, the top panel is 1/2" wood and I just removed those screws. There's some, but not much slack in the flexible hoses behind the panel.





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I was able the access my reel from the basement . It's a shoreline reel . had to take it apart in place and repair a crack in the brass slip joint (soder). shoreline would not sell me a replacement joint. I was a LOT of work 07 CAMO
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