Originally Posted by Molly1973
Thanks for the helpful response--upon closer inspection I think that their is an inline filter that was not correctly/completely installed and that this was the source of the water coming out. I noticed another leak in the rear behind the toilet when I hooked up a water line to the "hook up". This leak is, I believe, is completely separate from what is going on at the pump.... At the very least, it is good to hear that a little water in the underbelly isn't going to be the end of the world.
One thing you might check with the toilet is if it has a small spray nozzle on a hose that could be tucked in the back someplace. It is used for helping to clean the bowl if you are not hooked to city water.sewer and don't want to clean by repeated flushing in order to save water.
When we bought our trailer (used) we didn't even know this thing existed - the previous owner had tucked it away in behind the toilet.
So when we winterized the trailer with plumbing antifreeze, this spray nozzle and hose didn't get any antifreeze and so froze and split - water all over the floor in Spring time when we went to use the trailer. An easy fix, although it did cost about $45 for a new hose and nozzle!