No, not me - the tank! Don't listen to my wife when she talks about me like that!
Seriously, I've got a slow drip out of the drain fitting at the bottom of the fresh water tank. It looks like it's been repaired at least once before, as there's a patch panel (with some ever-so-lame rusty steel screws holding it on) right at the drain area.
Couple of questions: What is the tank material? Is it plastic, aluminum, reprocessed compressed cardboard, or what?
What's the repair consensus?
Is the largest wrenchable fitting part of the tank, or does it unscrew?
I really don't want to wrench on the wrong thing and tear out a big hole in the tank!
Thanks for all the help and advice I know I'll get!