Leaking water line in difficult location
I am trying to get our RV back into working condition after it sat unused for two years. One of the problems is a break in a water line (PEX) near the base of the shower. After taking off the cover on the wall right behind the shower faucets, I used an inspection camera to find the leak. I could see water spewing from the area where a main line joins the lines coming up to the shower faucets. This junction is just beneath the floor and presents a major problem because of access. I considered cutting and removing a section of bathroom floor, but the shower drain may be right in the way of the hoses. Ideally, if the base of the shower were removed, I think there would be good access. Anyone know what is involved with removing the shower base? Suggestions for another way? Going in through the hall floor next to the bathroom wall is out because the furnace duct is in the way. This is a 2001 Jayco Eagle 28' Class C.