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Old 12-08-2014, 03:30 AM   #1
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Low water pressure/water leak

Hello folks, as some of you may have read I am experiencing low water pressure as of late. I change out the check valve on the city water connection, changed out the water pump and nothing changed.

Well as I was getting good for the dogs under the camper in the 5th wheel part I noticed dripping water. So I pulled down on the plastic framing around 5th wheel and out poured water.

I then went inside and looked all around the bed room area for water and found nothing. I then looked where the hidden safe if and boom! WATER!

So my question is, how the bloody hell do I get to the water lines that run in that area?!
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What trailer do you have?
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I have 2014 38GK
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Hello folks, as some of you may have read I am experiencing low water pressure as of late. I change out the check valve on the city water connection, changed out the water pump and nothing changed.

Well as I was getting good for the dogs under the camper in the 5th wheel part I noticed dripping water. So I pulled down on the plastic framing around 5th wheel and out poured water.

I then went inside and looked all around the bed room area for water and found nothing. I then looked where the hidden safe if and boom! WATER!

So my question is, how the bloody hell do I get to the water lines that run in that area?!
Should not be lines in that area. Maybe a roof leak ???
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That would be just what I need on top of this water pressure issue.
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Old 12-08-2014, 03:47 AM   #6
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The GK doesn't have any water lines under the bed so it's not there. The closest water supply would be the sink in the bedroom. I would start looking at that supply line.
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Old 12-08-2014, 05:36 AM   #7
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Take a look on the other forum. TNT Baker is having the same problem in the cold weather, seems to be a condensation issue inside the front cap.
It's an ongoing thread with everyone offering suggestions but the best one so far seems to be drilling a couple of vent/drain holes.

As mentioned, there are no water lines up there.
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Just seemed to be more water than what could be condensation. I will check out the inlet lines tomorrow after work hopefully and see what I can see. Seems every winter there is a water issue with this rig, even though I have taken every precaution to ensure no problems should occur.
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