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Old 08-13-2011, 09:57 PM   #1
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Angry Shower overflowed - Damage?

We had some visitors at the trailer today. About an hour after they left, we noticed water flowing out of the bottom of the trailer. One of the kids left the tap on in the main bathroom sink, and filled up the grey tank until the bottom of the shower filled up.

The water went out through the space at the bottom of the shower and the wall of the shower.

Does anyone know if it is built to flow the overflow water out safely, or are we looking at damage we just cant see yet?



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****.........I can't find water anywhere!

I guess it flowed safely out.


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Old 08-14-2011, 05:43 PM   #3
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****.........I can't find water anywhere!

I guess it flowed safely out.


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Old 08-14-2011, 06:08 PM   #4
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****.........I can't find water anywhere! I guess it flowed safely out.
Wow, never known water to flow "safely out" the bottom of a TT, FW, etc., unless it had a specific overflow tube. I would contact Jayco (let us know what they say) just to be sure....., might have some wet insulation.

If it was a small amount of water, it may not even be an issue.

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...and this is reason number 644,847,363 why I am a camping hermit and never invite anyone to visit. LOL!
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I spoke to Jayco, and the guy told me it is not built to take the overflow like that. He said to check under the enclosed underbelly for water, that could eventually turn to mold.

I couldn't find water anywhere!

I guess it was my luck day. :lizard:
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