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Old 09-05-2018, 02:40 PM   #1
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So tired of the leaks

So here we are on yet another camping trip having to fix leaks. We have a 2017 jayflight 24RBS. We had already fixed the leaks under the outside kitchen and one of the leaks in the back of the kitchen, the redline. Now weíre trying to fix the blue line thatís leaking everywhere and we canít get to it. We need to take the outside kitchen apart. Our Jayco dealer is useless. Wonít even take us right now, of course. We have three days left camping. No water, no toilet. Is it hard to remove the outside kitchen to gain access? Attached is a photo of what we see from the inside that we just canít get to. Thanks in advance.
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Old 09-05-2018, 03:11 PM   #2
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Pic

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Hereís the pic
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Time to get on the phone to Jayco.
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Old 09-05-2018, 04:06 PM   #5
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Sorry for no pic. I tried with both my iPhone and iPad but no luck. Called Jayco. They have no sympathy. Said our closest and only Jayco repair was Richardson’s RV in Menifee and they can’t see us until November!!! We are at this moment trying to get to the line behind the outdoor sink by removing the stovetop.
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Jayco has authorized repairs through independent RV repair companies. Maybe this would be one of those times. Wouldn't hurt to ask.
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We did ask and were told our only option for our area was Richardson’s RV. In Menifee. This is an absolutely terrible and vacation-ruining experience once again with Jayco. Wish we had never purchased from this company. Can you really imagine that every single frickin time you go camping that something leaks? I bring 20 extra towels now just in case.
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Can you get to it from inside the unit by removing a section of wallboard? You can always fix that later then....
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snip..... Is it hard to remove the outside kitchen to gain access?......snip
It can be done (I removed mine) and the simplest way is to disconnect the plumbing under the sink and remove the entire sink/stove drawer assembly. Also, there is a access panel (near floor) in the bathroom that gives very limited access to the outside kitchen plumbing.

The drawer assembly is bulky/heavy so two people make it a lot easier to handle when removing. Once everything is disconnected look for two black plastic tabs located on the drawer slide rails...., moving these tabs (up/down) with a finger will release the drawer slide rail assembly to pull free from base slide rail...., same process of removing kitchen cabinet drawers.

Having the drawer assembly out will give you "workable" access to the plumbing.



NOTE: The photo shows the upper wood shelf removed and sink/stove base slide rail wood frame support removed because I removed the entire kitchen in favor of using the space for storage.

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Thanks wallacemf!! We’re going to do that when we get home! It was never a pretty access anyway!
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