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Shower leaks
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June 24, 2017
5:53 am
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Hello from Virginia Beach! We have a 2016 177SE.  The shower is leaking but I am having trouble finding the source of the leak.  Water accumulates in the storage area under the dinette seat adjacent to the shower and on top of the linoleum at the edge of the shower enclosure. Has anyone else had this issue and how did you diagnose it? The shower curtain is not the issue as we are very careful to use it correctly. We are at a family reunion at a very busy campground and not being able to use the shower is not fun! Thanks.

September 2, 2017
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We had the same problem in our 2017 177se. We had not used the shower & could find no wetness in the bathroom. We were using city water not the fresh water tank. It didn’t happen the first time we used our trailer (this trip was the second) so we thought possibly the water pressure from this particular city water faucet was too high. Any help or info would be much appreciated!

September 10, 2017
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We had a problem with an apparent shower leak on our 177 as well; after a shower a significant amount of water was dripping from the bottom of the coach. Turns out it was coming from the hole where the flexible hose that feeds fresh water to the toilet goes through the shower pan. Standing water on the small ledge at the back of the stall was just running through. Sealed it up with some white tub caulk and problem solved.

November 3, 2017
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My uncle had the same issue last month, during my visit to his house in New Jersey. After trying a lot by himself, he felt safe to hire the professional plumbing contractors Bergen County NJ who has given him well maintained service in getting his shower leaks repaired. I was also much impressed by the team as they gave worth hiring service that too at an affordable price. Either you can also choose some expert from your area or else can go with the option in which you are comfortable.

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