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Old 07-08-2011, 10:45 PM   #11
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Oh no....poor 5th....that is not good...

oh wait...shower...ok back on track...glad you didnt have a leak...I know that is frustrating...I know I have to have my rear a little low or the water leaks onto the floor a bit.

Anyway - sorry to hear about your Tequila misfortune...
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Old 07-08-2011, 11:23 PM   #12
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Jeez, my rear is hanging a bit on the low side, too, but luckily I haven't experienced any leakage yet. Maybe in a couple of years. :jester:
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Old 07-09-2011, 06:52 AM   #13
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I had water on the floor after using the shower in my GreyHawk... pulled the access panel off and the trap was loose.... tightened and fixed!

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Old 07-15-2011, 04:11 PM   #14
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I was going to respond yes! But I misread the thread title.
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Old 07-15-2011, 07:22 PM   #15
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I was going to respond yes! But I misread the thread title.
I was wondering when someone would pick up on that.
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Old 07-15-2011, 07:27 PM   #16
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It would just make the grey water a little less grey!
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Old 07-16-2011, 08:38 AM   #17
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So for your information, 30% of folks do so in the shower, per Playboy, X decades ago when I read that mag. Don't remember if that was limited to guys, or if the girls were asked as well. Of course, as it saves a flush, I'm quite sure Mr. Gore would approve. Ergo, a whiz can now be Politically Correct.
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Old 07-23-2012, 03:39 PM   #18
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I have a 2010 JayFlight 29RLS G2 with a fully enclosed shower. Shower is in the corner with the 3-sided glass enclosure. It has been caulked where the glass meets the shower bottom with an almond colored caulk. I have a leak between the glass and shower tray as the caulk does not seem to adhere to the shower tray very well. I've read some posts that suggest it shouldn't be caulked because the caulk will loosen eventually due to travel. I don't see any other option but to caulk in my case since this tray does not have a lip to keep the water from running over the edge.

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One thing I found out the hard way. If you do leak in the shower never, under any circumstances, tell the wife! They just don't appreciate the simplicity like we do.
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4 days after purchasing(and just before leaving for home) my 32TSBH, I happened to open the access panel to the shower plumbing. The first thing I noticed was the bottom back of the access panel was wet. Upon inspection I found a piece of the linoleum sitting under the drain on top of the insulation! It was damp around the insulation. Brand new TT, BTW! It was like someone knew it was going to leak. I ran the shower and found that it was leaking at a connection of the shower drain pipe and another pipe. Not much just a few drops. I simply tightened it. Started the shower again and did not notice a leak there any longer, BUT water was leaking from above that. Since the dealer from whom I purchased it from was just across the street, I went over. He sent some one right over. He did two things. He said that Jayco had left the washer out of where the shower head connects to the hose, and that Jayco had not caulked well around the actual faucet. He put a washer in, and caulked with silicone around the faucet. He said I had to wait for the silicone to dry before using the shower. I was ready to head home so I never did get to check it. Heading back down this Thursday, so I plan on checking it out then..I still can not believe that Jayco placed that piece of linoleum just below the leak! If they knew, why not just fix the problem!
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