Possible leak with freshwater system
Hello, I'm hoping somebody has some advice or suggestions for me. I have a 2007 Jayco 25RKS. On our last trip I was filling the freshwater tank and noticed a couple of things. One, it was taking, what seemed like, a really long time to fill the tank. Secondly, and more concerning, I noticed, what I now realize, the black underbelly liner bulging directly behind the freshwater tank. I can push on the liner and tell there is water in there.....it is like a water bladder. I also pushed my finger up along on of the propane lines that goes through the liner in that area and I can feel wet insulation in there. My best guess is that the corrugated hose/pipe from the inlet on the side of the trailer to the freshwater tank is leaking and sending water into the liner and thereby causing a slow fill up to the tank. Does that sound like a reasonable diagnosis? Is there any problem with making a slice in the underbelly lining to drain the water until repairs can be made? Thanks for any input!