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Old 05-15-2021, 08:25 PM   #15
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Closest above floor water line. Do you have washing machine? Toilet line? I pulled my WM to test everything .After same thing happened must have been stupid .25 rubber washers they were dust. Shopvac if soaked or stomp down towels ,get some fans on it turn on AC it's a dehumidifier.


Nearest pipe below the floor in that area would be the fresh water supply it comes from the fresh water tank I think thatís my problem I put water in that tank recently not realizing itís purpose. This is my first Motorhome my parents have always had one but I never paid attention to what they did lol.
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Old 05-17-2021, 09:19 PM   #16
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Is it dry before you go to bed and then wet when you wake up?
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Old 05-18-2021, 08:09 AM   #17
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Sounds like you have a leak. Look on line for instructions and do a smoke test to find leak. Good luck


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Old 05-20-2021, 08:44 PM   #18
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Sounds like you have a leak. Look on line for instructions and do a smoke test to find leak. Good luck





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Iíve tried to find instructions and piping diagrams but itís next to impossible to find any information on the aerbus for rexhall especially the 1994 Iíve found multiple things for the 1995 but itís a completely different rig
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Old 05-22-2021, 08:27 AM   #19
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Empty the tank and monitor if the leak goes away to isolate.
If no more leak, then look at the piping / joints. Sounds like it would be very close to the tank (or the tank itself). Put water in a little bit to just cover the pipe opening. Monitor.
If still no leak, put more water in (half tank). If now you have the leak, then you might have a tank crack half way up. If it only happens when full, then you might have a vent crack or fill pipe crack.
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Old 05-23-2021, 11:33 AM   #20
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I recently purchased a 1994 Rexhall itís an F-53 chassis. I keep having water appear next to the bed on the carpet. Iíve cleaned it up about three times just today. I looked under the bed near the fresh water tank but canít find anywhere that the water could be coming from. I also donít have any slides and I havenít ran the ac in a few days. Iíve been using the front ac unit. I also looked under the rv and couldnít locate any pipes and it doesnít appear to be wet anywhere. My outside shower was leaking this morning but I believe I fixed that. Any ideas on where the water could be coming from?


We had that issue shortly after upgrading the Shower faucet and installing an Oxygenics Shower head.

It turned out to be a defective cheaply made shower faucet. The cold side was cracked !

These things are not easy to install and in our case there was no access panel from the bedroom wall . Fortunately I was able to wiggle enough of the feed lines through the hole in the shower stall wall to properly install a replacement shower faucet !

We were on the road so I had very few tolls and no access to a saw to open up the wall. This would have been my approach if I was at home.
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We had that issue shortly after upgrading the Shower faucet and installing an Oxygenics Shower head.

It turned out to be a defective cheaply made shower faucet. The cold side was cracked !

These things are not easy to install and in our case there was no access panel from the bedroom wall . Fortunately I was able to wiggle enough of the feed lines through the hole in the shower stall wall to properly install a replacement shower faucet !

We were on the road so I had very few tolls and no access to a saw to open up the wall. This would have been my approach if I was at home.


Could the shower be causing it even though it isnít being used?
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It could if the faucet is cracked or one of the connection joints isn properly tightened! I was just discussing this with a friend who had a similar issue his was coming fro the waterline feed to the Toilet. On his toilet the water supply line was just a push fit which had deteriorated. He couldn’t get behind the toilet to see the issue .

I suggested using a mirror! Or doing a selfie with his phone!
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It could if the faucet is cracked or one of the connection joints isn properly tightened! I was just discussing this with a friend who had a similar issue his was coming fro the waterline feed to the Toilet. On his toilet the water supply line was just a push fit which had deteriorated. He couldnít get behind the toilet to see the issue .

I suggested using a mirror! Or doing a selfie with his phone!


Thatís a great idea actually I hadnít thought of that. The area that gets wettest is just on the other side of the wall perfectly in line with the toilet.
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Let us know if that solves the problem!
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