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Old 08-10-2007, 03:53 PM   #295
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I found items under my sink wet several times.

First, I found that I need to periodically hand tighten the sink traps. No matter how tight, they will loosen over a period of use. Apparently, thermal cycling of hot and cold water loosens them.

Second, I found that the spray head was not tightly screwed in to the hose. The casualties were two spare rolls of paper towels that I had tucked behind the partition against the outer walls.

Other than the above, things have remained quite dry.
John, this is an item that should be check freq and most importanly after a long trip. I always tell folks to be sure to check the traps in both the bathroom and galley before turning on the water. Vibration from the trip will do it as well.
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Old 10-01-2007, 11:51 AM   #296
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Copper gas line into stove under cooktop was wearing into the steel punch out of the stove. There is supposed to be a plastic protective sleeve in this area, but on mine it was out of position. On mine the copper was slightly worn due to vibration and would have eventually worn through if I hadn't caught it.
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