Check your shower drains!
Thought I'd mention this to others. This morning i happen to be doing some maintenance behind the basement wall while my wife was taking a shower. Noticed that just about all the shower water was just poring down into the basement completely missing the drain, after informing her abruptly that her shower was going to be cut short I found out what the problem was... The pipe that connects from the drain to the p trap is a 6" pipe. Well it needed to be at least 7", preferably a little longer. It will hold in place but there's just enough tension on the p trap pipe that when going down the road it could vibrate loose by pulling down. The fix was to get a 12" piece and cut it down. After installation of the new piece it can tug on the p trap pipe and it now stays in place.
Hope this helps someone else identify an issue before you get water damage. I don't know how long mine has been this way, back in the fall I was behind the wall and it seemed fine. Fortunately it appears I don't have any water damage as most of it just drained down into the holes for the holding tanks and out the bottom.
BTW, at least with the 38BR, you can clearly see the shower drain with a flashlight from the water filter access hatch.
2014 Redwood 38BR, Fulltiming
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