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Old 06-10-2019, 07:19 PM   #1
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Anyone ever had a leak on curbside that drips from the corners of the wheel well. Will eventually work on back. Does it on the pump or on city water.
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Old 06-11-2019, 08:29 AM   #2
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Any chance that the water you're seeing is from the air conditioner drain hose?

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What trailer (model and year) do you have? Do you actually have this leak? Is it a new leak? If so, under what conditions do you see water, ie., does it leak when the FW tank is empty, but you are connected to shore water, does it leak only when you run water down the kitechn drain, etc.?

Water supply leaks should be pretty easy to spot, as all of the water lines are above the floor, though all are hidden behind cabinets and furnishings.

A leak from a holding tank might be harder, as the FW tank and any greay water tanks might be below the floor. Hard to say, not knowing the year or model.

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2007 28 foot international CCD model.leak occurs when using FW and the pump or when hooked to city water. FE tank is empty now and hooked to city water. Still leaking. We get some water inside but the majority is outside. Noticed it in March while in Texas. Getting worse now.
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Maybe from an incomplete winterization, which resulted in some freeze damage? We had this happen in the 90's with our 25', and fortunately it was an elbow at the water heater which was under the corner bed, and visible after lifting the bed platform plywood.

If you can listen at night, when the world and trailer are very quiet, with city water at a good pressure, can you hear the leak spraying someplace, maybe?

Where are you seeing water? If it is on the floor someplace [ . . . "some inside" . . . ], at least you can guess that the leak is higher than that. I would open up as many spaces/cabinets/etc. and see if you can narrow down the possibilities.

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Old 06-12-2019, 11:26 AM   #6
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2007 28 foot international CCD model.leak occurs when using FW and the pump or when hooked to city water. FE tank is empty now and hooked to city water. Still leaking. We get some water inside but the majority is outside. Noticed it in March while in Texas. Getting worse now.
No one can diagnose properly from online. You have to dig in, or hire someone, or suffer the consequence. A repair is required, so why procrastinate?

If you do not get the plumbing leak fixed quickly, it will become more than a plumbing leak. Moisture is getting onto the plywood floor. The plywood will delaminate, rot, mildew/mold. It gets worse from there.
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Old 06-13-2019, 12:43 PM   #7
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Woohoo. Found the leak. It was the fresh water inlet. Took it out and it was leaking from the check valve. Got a new one coming and will be here tomorrow. Thanks to Shawn at Sault RV in Sault Ste Marie MI. Great shop. Service was quick and reasonable. If your here and need help hes the one.
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Thanks for the update.

Glad it was simple!

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