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Old 06-09-2015, 03:21 PM   #15
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We noticed a tiny leak between our curb side wheels - while using city water, but not the A/C. I think our A/C drain is on the street side, so we're not sure what could be there to leak. No drips from the fresh water lines from the kitchen or the bath, so this seems to be a big mystery, but one I am concerned about...
A low point drain dripping?
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Old 06-09-2015, 03:27 PM   #16
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I'm going to make a wild ass guess that your built in pressure regulator is defective. If I'm correct, that's a fairly easy fix as the regulator is part of the city water connection to the trailer.

This is the part I am referring to:

Water pressure regulator
I don't think your guess is too wild ass. I betting that is exactly what it is...bad water inlet/regulator. I know because the same thing happened to me recently and replacing it fixed the problem!
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Old 06-09-2015, 03:54 PM   #17
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Our 2005 Safari started dripping water from the belly pan directly under the city water hose connection , removed the little wooden cover that's behind the rear dinette back cushion to access the space under the bathroom sink which is where the city water connection enters the trailer , after much contortion and gnashing of teeth , the leak was defiantly in the fitting that connects the inside water lines to the nifty little chrome water hose connector . There is a pretty good size diameter plastic nut encircling the water line at this point , so Managed to get a pair of channel locks on the nut "with more extreme difficulty" and tighten this plastic nut . This hail mary fix seems to have fixed the problem that should have never occurred had the fixture been properly installed at the factory . one of many , but this occurred two or three years back and is still leak free . hope this helps :-)
PS . this trailer has no regulator behind the water inlet
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Old 06-11-2015, 12:52 AM   #18
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Also, check to see if it is the drain for your refrigerator condenser. That is where my 25' FB drains.
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