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Old 01-20-2009, 07:48 AM   #1
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We have developed a water leak. It is leaking in back of the the toilet and runs down towards the refrige. It leaks with city water or with the pump. We used the campground shower so it isnt coming form there.Has anyone ever had to replace there supply lines? Has anyone had this problem?
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Old 01-20-2009, 08:06 AM   #2
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It could be the water valve too. Do you have the sprayer? If you do, I think the valve is around $50. It's should be a little less if you don't have one. The valve is mostly plastic and they break often up here in the cold climates. I had a number of people come in needing them this summer, so I'm not sure if people waited until then to pull their units out or if they actually broke in the warmer weather.

I doubt you'd have to replace the lines. Maybe the fitting on the end of the line is split, but it's unlikely for the whole line to split.

If you do need a new valve, make sure to take all the numbers and make/model info with you. There's probably 25 different valves and maybe even more, but that's about how many we stocked.

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Old 01-20-2009, 08:38 AM   #3
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where is the valve? Which sprayer are we taking about?
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I removed the access panel under the sink and could see the the water puddle behind the toilet on the back wall of the unit.
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My toilet is the Traveler Lite 210. Here's the details of the water valve for mine:



It's #11 in this diagram:



The sprayer is part 15 A/B. It helps clean the toilet up. Mine doesn't have the sprayer...I believe it's an option on the 210 model.

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Mine appears to be leaking in the wall. I wonder if it could be the outside shower?
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That could be. You should be able to get at the back of it from the sink cabinet. Clear it out and put a piece of paper towel below the fittings. Then run some water through or at least pressurize the system.

If it were that, it should just be the connections to the outside shower. If it were a problem with the faucet, it would drip outside.

At least it isn't an outside shower problem, because the faucets, even though they are removable, you can't get parts for them or even a new faucet. The faucet is available in a whole new box to the tune of about $65.

Do you have much stuff in that cabinet below the sink? I think it's possible if there were something heavy in there (like a big, full bottle), it could have shifted during travel and hit that fitting.

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I have access to the fittings. I removed the panel inside the vanity and I can see the fittings they arent leaking, it is in the wall. All that seems to be in there is the hot and cold supply lines, the outside shower assembly and the toilet water line. It has to one of them I hope it isnt a supply line it seems like it could be a pain.
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I found the leak it was coming from the toilet water supply. It was pinched during assembly, it is now fixed. Went camping this weekend now I need to fix the truck. It never seems to end.
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