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Old 06-01-2018, 08:59 AM   #1
1990 34' Excella
Zephyrhills , Florida
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Major leak

Serious issue...
While doing renovations to a ‘90 Excella, I installed a new water pump & connected the water. Found a plastic pipe from the holding tank had dry rotted while in storage. Capped that off & water started pouring out from somewhere in that vicinity. There is no access to the holding tank. All i can do is remove the cabinetry & open up the floor. Has anybody encountered this before?
Could it be that capping that hose off is causing the water to come out of an overflo valve somewhere? Does the water circulate?
The manual is useless 😢
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