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Old 12-20-2008, 03:40 PM   #1
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Hi: Just came on board as new member. I have a 32SCR-1996 and have a leak in water tank or tank fittings. Anyone have any idea as to how you would go about getting to the tank. Looks to be a major operation.
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Old 12-20-2008, 11:38 PM   #2
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hmmm..not sure since it would requre removing several other items in order to pull the water tank.....


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I would suspect the fitting before the tank itself. I've had a number of connectors in the pressure water system go on my 97 2800. I replaced 3 this past summer after they completely failed. I found another one ready to go when I was winterizing this fall. This spring I'm going through and replacing ever single connector with new.

Can you see where the water is coming from? I would expect the fresh water tank to only have 3 connectiions, the water fill, the outlet to the pressure pump and the vent. I wouldn't expect the fill or the vent to be leaking much as they are rarely underwater and if so, not usually for long.
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