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Old 04-25-2009, 09:59 AM   #1
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I had water in the under belly the last time I pulled the camper. And a lot of it. I don't think it's a bad line as the pump does not cycle. I think it might have come from when I filled the talk up ??



Any one had an issue like this ?



I saw it comming out as soon as I started to pull out of the driveway, Nothing untill then



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Old 04-25-2009, 11:30 AM   #2
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Well, it could be a few things: leaking tank, leaking tank fittings, loose fresh water fill hose, loose blank tank flush hose, etc.



I would make a call to your dealer and have the unit inspected. If out of warranty you may want to drop the underbelly liner and take a peak to see whats up.
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Old 04-25-2009, 11:35 AM   #3
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The water smelled and looked fresh. I might look at it tomorrow thought I would see if any one else had an issue. I doubt the dealer can do any thing I can't.

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Have you filled the fresh water tank lately? Perhaps the hose isn't attached properly or has worked it's way loose.
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When I first go my camper (PP) the hose to the tank was loose. Tightened the hose clamp and no more leaking. Hope yours is this easy. < id="gwProxy" ="">< ="jsCall;" id="jsProxy" =""><div id="ref">
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Old 04-25-2009, 12:53 PM   #6
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Don-I had the same problem. I would have water dripping from the underbelly. 1 time it was around the drain line and another time it was just wet where the black tarp like material met the frame. Both times I had a full tank and was NOT sitting level. The problem was my fresh water fill tube. I don't know if it had worked loose and when full and sitting on a grade the water would leak or if it had a split in it. It did not always do it. It took about a year before the problem developed but it was fixed when I took it to the factory the first time.

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Old 04-25-2009, 01:04 PM   #7
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don,

any chance you have a leak up near the roof/gutter and its making it way into the underbelly. my roof leaked from the screws that hold the gutter trim and go through the roof material. water made its way into the trailer. just a thought run a hose over the outside and start low making your way up the side of the trailer. good luck.

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my water problem was the bathtub drain
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After I drove in a heavy rain for over an hour, I happened to pull the underbelly down the following weekend to repair the sagging water tank. My underbelly area had a lot of water. After testing everything I could and not finding any problem, I used black heavy duty duct tape to seal all around the frame where the membrane is held up with those long steel "straps". Since then, (18 months ago) there has been no water in the underbelly. I am not saying that is your problem but if you can't find anything leaking you might try this approach.
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I had this happen due to a leak at the water pump fitting that was getting back to the fresh water tank area. Whe you drop the fabric you can access the fittings for the filler tube abd drain and you should be able to tell if they are the issue. Putting the fabric back on can be a lot of fun. Make sure Buffy is there to help pull it tight while you put the screws back in.
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