Bambi 19 water leak, rotted floor
Not sure whare this question should go. There was a suspect discoloration under my dinette that I tore into yesterday. Took out both seats and pulled back the floor covering. As I suspected there was wood rot. I cut out a piece of flooring about 3' x 6", I pulled cover off AC outlet and felt the insulation behind the wall. Dry as a bone.....good! Before I cut a new scrap of plywood to patch floor I happened to reach under solid floor lip and felt WET insulation. Not good. Looking left, toward the water tank, I pulled the flooring up and noticed some damp wood under. I have felt under and around all fittings in the area: tank, pump, etc; nothing. I guess the next thing is to tear out the tank and check under there. With that said, if the tank were the culprit you, or at least me, would think there would be water seeping out from underneath the tank. I hate to drill out the belly pan but is that where I need to go first? BTW and FWIW it rained like hell last night. First thing I did this morning was to check the botton of the exposed front bulkhead where I removed the flooring. Dry so I suspect not a leaking roof or window. Our unit has the small front window not the pano's. Any thoughts or advice greatly appreciated........