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Old 03-27-2018, 05:39 PM   #1
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2015 Jayco Eagle HT 28.5 RSTS Water Leak, Help!

I have a 2015 Eagle HT with a water leak behind the city water access compartment. It is one of the lines. I removed the plastic compartment where you attach city water and can see the leak but cannot get my hands in there to work on it. Directly above is the outdoor shower compartment. Does anyone know if I were to remove that compartment cover also would I be able to access those lines from above? I hate to pull a cover that won't grant me access. I can see no other way of getting to it. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks.
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Old 03-27-2018, 05:54 PM   #2
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I would stick my phone in that area and snap a few pictures to see if there is access above, phone has saved me where the old head won't fit to see.
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Great idea, thanks!
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Old 03-29-2018, 09:48 PM   #4
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I have a 2015 Eagle HT with a water leak behind the city water access compartment. It is one of the lines. I removed the plastic compartment where you attach city water and can see the leak but cannot get my hands in there to work on it. Directly above is the outdoor shower compartment. Does anyone know if I were to remove that compartment cover also would I be able to access those lines from above? I hate to pull a cover that won't grant me access. I can see no other way of getting to it. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks.
My unit, same as yours I think , has a panel on the side in the pass thu storage where you access the water pump. Can you get to that leak by removing that panel? Or maybe a combination of the two?
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Old 03-30-2018, 06:09 AM   #5
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Yes, actually it does and I did not realize it. I was calling around trying to get one of those mobile techs to come by and look at it, they are either overbooked or not taking new customers. Good line of work I guess. Anyway, the guy told me to go in that way so I will attack it this weekend. Thanks Don.
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Yes, actually it does and I did not realize it. I was calling around trying to get one of those mobile techs to come by and look at it, they are either overbooked or not taking new customers. Good line of work I guess. Anyway, the guy told me to go in that way so I will attack it this weekend. Thanks Don.
No Prob, I forgot to tell you, when you put that plastic water box back in place "your bucket will still have a hole in it" by that I mean that on the front edge, next to the storage compartment, right up next to the outside wall, is a small hole. hard to see, but you can stick your finger tho it! I cut a piece of treated wood, forced it in there and caulked it on the wet side. No more wet carpet in the storage area if I leak a little water in the wet compartment!!
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