For a dryer way to test for leaks, if you have access to an air compressor you can charge the systm with 40 psi and just listen and feel for a air spot.
And one you charge it, if you dissconnect the air supply, if the pressure bleads out fast, then you have a good sized leak.
Heads up if you do this method a faily good qty of water can still be in the water lines. The air will blow that out any leaks as well. So even a air check can casue some water to get into the camper, but you can dump the pressure quick once you see the leak and the water will stop a lot faster.
While doing this air check at home is best, if you do not own a compressor, a rental is an option, any small compressor can do it, just makle sure the pressure is adjustable down to 40 psi. Or take the TT on a road trip to a near by gas station that has a big yard.
You get a blow out plug, like this one http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...-out-plug/4410
and you screw it into the city water connection. Then it fills like a tire fill valve.
Hope this helps
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