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Old 02-18-2016, 04:08 PM   #1
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Floor Moisture

We have a 2014 28Z Four Winds. We have an accumulation of moisture at the base of the step going into the rear bedroom. The carpet running vertically up the step does not seen to be wet, nor does the carpet abutting the refrigerator. There is no moisture under the bathroom sink. The moisture seems to be coming from the floor. Any ideas?
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Old 02-18-2016, 04:57 PM   #2
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Nice machine! I'd start by checking all interior water sources. Is your water heater near there? I'd look for the inlet pipe on the inside. Feel around the fittings for water. I'd check the shower stall too and see if it could be leaking as well as the water fittings if you can get to them. Check the toilet water inlet hose for drips. Water can travel quite a way between flooring layers. Does it correspond with rain? If in doubt I'd go up on the roof and look for old and cracked caulking. Water can actually run down inside the walls and come out in the floor. Hopefully someone else with that model has had the problem and solved it.
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