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Old 09-29-2008, 01:24 PM   #1
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Water leak somewhere

After filling fresh water we had water in the corner of bedroom on one occasion. On one occasion after filling the fresh water we had water leak under the couch area and run all along the couch, in front of the refrigerator and shower. Not a large amount. We never really could figure out where it came from. The last time we had water as you come in the door by the bottom of the kitchen sink on the floor next to the door. We couldn't see any water under the sink or on the floor below the drawer beneath the sink.

Anyone have any ideas where the water might be coming from? We usually find it after arriving at our destination or on arrival at home. No leaking while parked at campsite.

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Old 09-29-2008, 02:32 PM   #2
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For those of us that may not know your floor plan can you post a copy of it. From your description it sound and not knowing your floor plan it sounds like there are leaks everywhere.

First thought would be how is water from filling the tank getting to the top of the floor unless the fill hose or the vent hose directly behind the fill port is leaking. Beyond that the fill hose should convey all water below the floor level.

Are you removing the vent cap at the fill port when you fill the tank? If not you are creating pressure in the tank that could force water up into vent hose and thus leak at the top of the vent hose.

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Old 09-29-2008, 07:08 PM   #3
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Leaking somewhere

There isn't a vent to open. There is a small screened vent beside the fill opening, but as far as I know it is automatic, nothing to open. If you look at the floor plan on line for the 25 ft. Safari SE FB 2008 it is the same as the 2007. The water seems to get there after moving down the road. Wondering if the sloshing back and forth is causing it to leak somewhere.
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Is there any way that the water is not coming from your water lines? Could it be an exterior leak?

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Old 09-29-2008, 07:55 PM   #5
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Water leaking

No, it is coming from the water lines.
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