Shower drain pipe access?
I searched this forum, but since my computer has been put up for over a month, sacrelidge for an IT guy, but we've been rather busy for that past 2+ months. My Google-fu is rusty. I hate working off a telephone, too. I need a real keyboard!
Has anyone accessed the shower drain pipes in a 45' machine? I have leaks in those couplings, and there appears to be zero path to said drain pipes. Given all the other loose stuff I've found, I'm not the slightest bit surprised if it is that simple.
Sure, it's dripping on what appears to be a very large weave fiberglass. Then down the water pipes on to the top of the boiler. So, it never gets to the carpet, as the boiler is on metal with a drain. Never gets to the boiler's internals, either.
It's possible the shower valve, like the two sink faucets, is tired and requires parts, but it leaks only when in use, so this points me to the drain.
BTW, preliminary shower feedback from my Lovely Wife points to the low-temp cutoff switch fixing the lack of more than 45 seconds of hot water. Woo-hoo!
2006 Travel Supreme Select 45DL14 - 'bout 80K mi
1999 Bounder Diesel 39Z & 1999 Suzuki GV toad