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Old 06-17-2014, 04:26 PM   #1
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Water leak.

It looks like we have a water leak by our hot water tank. Trying to locate it but can't find it. Don't see any dripping just filling the bottom here with cold water.
Any ideas before we go to the shop later since we already have to get the chassis looked at?
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Old 06-17-2014, 04:35 PM   #2
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You might check towards the bottom of the tank there is a drain plug that may have been removed to winterize/drain and may not be tight enough to seal. It could be a white plastic bolt looking part. Fittings look ok? You should also have a shut off for the tank if it is leaking you could turn the valve to stop the water from going into the tank. The shut off may take some looking to find. Good luck.
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Looks like it's coming from the wall where the tube is lined up on the right
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Old 06-20-2014, 06:19 PM   #4
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Check under your sinks and in the access panel behind the shower. We had water running outby the water tank and couldn't find any thing in the wet bays. I did find the leak behind the shower and fixed it but had to bring it to the dealer to find the other one. It turned out to be a fitting under the back sink that was running down the pipe and traveling along the pipe coming out in the wet bay by the water filter. Water can do strange things
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