Originally Posted by wrenchone
i have a 2011 bambi 22fb my kitchen faucet got turned on accidently my gray water tank overfilled flooded out the shower flooded from kitchen back got everything dried and fans put on it my question is do you think any of my undercarriage will be hurt from this misshap
The only way you'll ever know is to drop the belly pan. It sounds horrendous but it's not that big of a deal (for me I can still "git down" it's just gitting back UP that's the problem.) The potential problem is the insulation under the floor - fiberglass can hold water forever - and newer ones have bubble insulation, which needs to have small slits put into it just to drain water in cases like this. They should have done that at the factory BUT...
While you have the belly pan down, take an awl and hammer a few tiny holes through the belly pan (so that the rough metal faces out - keep it too small for ants (well that's optimistic), but it'll still allow moisture to drain. out of the pan. Frankly I throw a sacrificial Oreo under the trailer about once every two weeks. Live long and prosper - OUTSIDE of my trailer you pests!
Here is one practical idea. If your gray tank valve isn't OPEN your water hose should be shut OFF. I came home JUST as the shower was starting to overflow one day. Lesson learned.