Mystery Water Drips
Last time we had the 73 Overlander out we noticed water dripping from a screw hole in the bottom of the pan, just behind the wheels. Quite a lot of water, a steady drip.
It would dry up during the day and overnight, but as soon as we would shower in the morning it would start dripping again.
The shower was the key, no shower = no leak.
Today we removed some panels to expose all of the shower plumbing, and ran the shower for at least an hour. No leak visible anywhere, nor were there any signs that the shower had ever leaked.
Now, needless to say we are stumped. We can see zero evidence of any leaks anywhere around the bathroom, but we do know that when we were showering on our last trip we had water running out on the ground.
We hope that someone might have an idea as to what this could be.
The only thing we can think of is that perhaps it is condensation. On the last trip there were three of us, and we have a great hot water heater so were all taking fairly long showers. Is it even remotely possible that the moisture from the shower made it to the outer aluminum skin, condensed there, and then ran out into the pan?
We do use the bathroom fan while showering but it is close to the floor in the cabinet wall, so doesn’t seem to be all that effective.