Posted 2020-07-27 12:40 PM (#173166) Subject: Water Leak In Bathroom
I went to a futurity this past weekend and unfortunately my trailer was parked slightly off balance. By the end of the weekend I had water running from underneath my shower downhill towards my toilet and then was slowly dripping on the outside. Is this because I was not level or should we start gutting the bathroom and looking for a larger issue? This is the first time I have noticed anything. I took a quick video to show the problem.
Posted 2020-07-28 6:24 AM (#173167 - in reply to #173166) Subject: RE: Water Leak In Bathroom
You probably are lucky that this happened, so hopefully you caught it before it got bad. No- don't "gut" the bathroom, but you do need to find the leak. Need more data- was someone using the shower? Is that fresh water, or gray water? Were you on city water hookup, or pump? It could be the shower valve, or the shower pan drain. But some detective work should help you narrow it down, and then you can get into where you need to for a fix. For what it is worth- hooking to an over pressurized city water supply without using a water pressure regulator can make all kinds of fresh system leaks show up, that otherwise don't.
Posted 2020-07-28 7:19 AM (#173168 - in reply to #173166) Subject: RE: Water Leak In Bathroom
We found it thankfully! I spoke with the dealership I purchased it from to see if it was under warranty yet. He mentioned checking under the shower to see where it was leaking and we found a fitting that had come loose. So, we tightened it up and put some sealant tape around it. Thankfully this was the only time it ever happened and we parked at a slight angle so the water did run instead of pool and cause damage.