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Old 06-02-2015, 07:20 AM   #1
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Develop a major leak under table booth. Water coming out of the rear of booth chair near refrigerator, especially when water pump on. Currently draining all fresh water from Airstream, flushing the lines, and taking to dealer for warranty. Bummer, my favorite Rally 4CU Santa FE Skies this week end and will miss it. I am sure table booth bench seat needs to be removed.I want to do it, but sure warranty work must be completed where I bought it, since it is within 100 miles from me. Things just keep breaking, I guess that is why there is a two year testing ground.
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The 100 mile rule? Never heard that.
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That should have read,"but sure warranty work should be done by dealer which is only 100 miles from our home."
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Old 06-03-2015, 07:04 AM   #5
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Dropped off at dealer, in which they will strive to get me on the road ASAP. I only posted this in hopes someone MAY HAVE had a similar situation in the area of Airstream and could possibly alert me to the problem and their fix. At this time, it appears booth/bench seat will need to be removed, not sure the down time and parts from factory that maybe needed, but will post the fix involved so to assist anyone with similar issue--which I hope this is an isolated issue in the year and model.
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Dropped off at dealer, in which they will strive to get me on the road ASAP. I only posted this in hopes someone MAY HAVE had a similar situation in the area of Airstream and could possibly alert me to the problem and their fix. At this time, it appears booth/bench seat will need to be removed, not sure the down time and parts from factory that maybe needed, but will post the fix involved so to assist anyone with similar issue--which I hope this is an isolated issue in the year and model.
We have a similar problem with a small water leak that was unnoticeable to us that over a period a of few weeks damaged the flloor by the kitchen area, first we noticed a very small bump that over time got bigger and got soo bad that we have no idea what caused it. Since we had to take our trailer to the dealer for the recall of the propane tanks fix we asked them to look to the floor problem.This turned into a major problem since they have never seen a floor with a bump like that, first they thought it was a structural problem but after further inspection from the bottom of the trailer they detected a water leak running over one of the structural frames of the chassis. As I am writting this note, we don't know the origin of of the water leak yet but hopefully today they will find it. For sure the water running over the frame was the culprit. Like you we drove about 700 miles to get back to our dealer. Our rig is a Intl 28, 2014
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Thanks Flyingsilver, I will update my posts when the fix is in place.
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