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Old 05-12-2015, 11:46 AM   #1
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I have a 2006 Jay flight 23 ft I have a leak under the bathroom sink it's small and it has been raining a lot how can I just cap off the outside shower so it will stop leaking. I am a single women living in this and need to know what tools I need thanks in advance
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Old 05-12-2015, 12:29 PM   #2
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I have a 2006 Jay flight 23 ft I have a leak under the bathroom sink it's small and it has been raining a lot how can I just cap off the outside shower so it will stop leaking. I am a single women living in this and need to know what tools I need thanks in advance
I'm not sure I understand: Do you know the leak is from one of the water lines that supplies water to the outside shower? It's not clear how this is related to the rain in your area.

It may help someone with a similar unit if they had a clearer idea of where the leak is occurring. Also, as they say, 'a picture is worth a thousand words.'
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I sent to pics email not sure if you got them can't figure out how to attach here but I think rain was leaking from outside shower. I believe leak is coming from there as well not hoses but maybe a ring is bad lol sorry
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If it only leaks when it rains then it's a reasonable assumption that the seal around the shower box is deteriorating. You can re-caulk it from the outside and see if that stops the leak. But it'll need to be dry for a day and relatively warm, above 50.
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Dana, what model TT and year do you have? Mine had loose connectors to the tap of the outside shower. Ether from transport or factory overlook.
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Cover the outside shower opening with plastic and duct tape to prevent any water from coming in...until you can find out if it is a pipe leaking or water getting in through the outside shower area.

If it is rain.....you can re-caulk the outside shower opening to prevent water from getting in.

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Hit post reply and on the tool bar above you will see an icon that looks like a paper clip. That is the icon that allows you to post pics.
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Model # is beside the entrance door.
In my 198RD I could hand tighten the connectors inside the vanity cabinet. But can also done with pliers (it is a bit hard to reach).


Another option is remove all the screws from the outside shower box and pull forward and tighten the connectors. Be sure the putty around the box is adequate for re-installation.
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