Water leak

  • 06/02/2012 4:40 PM
    Message # 941289
    Deleted user

    I have a water leak causing low pressure and continuous pump running, it leaks underneath about in line with the sink in the galley, I searched everywhere i could, I even opened the wood panel under the sink floor, I can see where the water comes from when I crawl under the coach, but ther,s a steel panelling hiding everything. any suggestions or same experience?

    Thanks very much for your help

  • 06/05/2012 1:08 PM
    Reply # 947082 on 941289
    Deleted user
    Al & France Levesque wrote:

    I have a water leak causing low pressure and continuous pump running, it leaks underneath about in line with the sink in the galley, I searched everywhere i could, I even opened the wood panel under the sink floor, I can see where the water comes from when I crawl under the coach, but ther,s a steel panelling hiding everything. any suggestions or same experience?

    Thanks very much for your help

    None of you ever encountered this, btw, I shut off the valve taking the water to the fridge for the ice maker, but not the problem
  • 06/06/2012 10:25 PM
    Reply # 951139 on 941289
    Deleted user

    Just logged on for the first time and saw your problem.  know what?  I think I have something similar.  Last year when I was flushing the tanks for storing for the year, I ran the water in the bathroom sink and saw water dripping out from underneath.  I didn't do anything about it then as was putting into storage.  Now I am getting ready to take some trips and have to have some other work done on it.  I had a friend crawl under the rig to see if he could see a crack but saw same as you.  fully enclosed bottom.  I am wondering if you got any answer to this problem? 

    The other problem I have with my 2008 Tioga is that for the first time last year I extended the slideout and found that the whole seal is gone on it.  I have a cat so could not use this at all.  Not happy about that esp since I have not had the opportunity to use this motor home that much.  I await your reply........Pat

  • 06/07/2012 9:16 AM
    Reply # 952794 on 941289
    Deleted user
    Pat, my rig is a Pace Arrow 37C 2005, so, different from yours, and your reply is the only one I have had for now, the unit is at the body shop this week, so I'll keep searching when I get it back, hoping to get more replies before that.
  • 06/08/2012 2:47 PM
    Reply # 958412 on 941289
    Deleted user
    You won't believe this and it's ok you may laugh,
    The problem was that when I filled up the fresh water tank using the bypass valve, I did not bring it back to the right position, still don't uderstand why the leak, but problem solved

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