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Old 03-02-2017, 02:43 AM   #1
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Hidden Water Leak in Excella II

Hi, After relocating our Excella last October it overwintered on a new site. At the first visit of the year recently I found water gushing from a hidden leak apparently from behind our rear bath. It could be a connection loosened in transit or perhaps if there was a residue of water after draining down, perhaps it froze in a pipe and caused the problem. Either way, I can't see or feel the leaking pipe from the outside rear dump handle access or under the trailer. The question is do I have to start removing the bath panelling or is there some simpler way to access and fix the leak. If I do have to remove the panelling it seems to be held in place by screws and sealant - are there any problems I'm likely to encounter if I have to do so. All help much appreciated,
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Old 03-21-2017, 10:17 PM   #2
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Just saw the note... surprised no reply yet..

so.. how about some more specific info... and pics if possible..
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