Originally Posted by Grannemann
If I haven't had a leak come through the sealed underbelly would you just leave it alone? The underbelly has multiple panels that cover everything but it looks like water could come out easily between the panels if there was a leak
Yes, if you don't see leaking and your tank levels are holding normal after a day or so I think you can rest assured.
In my case, I noticed some leaking, but attributed it to the "overflow". Slow leaking didn't stop after setting up camp and through the night. The next day I peeled back the underbelly and saw the crack... Kind of soured that trip for me, but I did get it replaced under warranty (great dealer). I was using my outdoor spigot which has really high water pressure, but I've since bought a fill tube with brass valve. Well worth the peace of mind.