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Old 02-16-2015, 10:56 AM   #21
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Sounds like the low level drain valve is slightly open. It's accessable in the storage bin next to the hot water heater. The drain valve is the one on the bottom. The higher ones are to bypass the water heater when winterizing.
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Old 02-16-2015, 02:05 PM   #22
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Thanks for the replies everyone. The leak persisted throughout our weekend trip so we just kept shutting the water off unless we needed it for something. It was dripping about a gallon every 15 minutes which is more than condensation would produce plus it stops when the water bib is shut off. I am taking it to the dealer this weekend and will let everyone know how it goes.
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When I first picked up my 2003 Safari SS I had the same leak. I posted on this forum and, to my great relief, learned that I had simply over-filled the fresh water tank. The overflow goes into the shell around the tank and then leaks out. Another possibility is that the drain valve(s) that, on my unit, are on the curbside between the wheels, needs to be closed tighter. My valves (one white plastic and one brass) are right there.
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Sorry I had never updated this post as to what the solution was. I took it to the dealer and they kept it for a week and a half. Eventually they dropped the tank (not sure which one) and fixed what they described as a coupling which was leaking. They didn't give me more information than that but it was under warrantee. They did have to order a part to fix it.

Somewhere between where the water plugs into the side and underneath there was a damaged coupling of some sort. Fixed now.

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Great, glad to hear that it is fixed.
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