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Old 06-23-2019, 07:34 PM   #1
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Help I. Identifying this hose

I think I have 2 leaks. Corrected the one under sink but under the furnace in the cupboard is a hose that is leaking. What is that hose & any suggestions? 2017 17b.
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When does it leak? After using the kitchen sink? What is behind that wall, the bathroom sink?
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From the type of pipe pictured I would suspect it is a vent pipe for one of the holding tanks
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From the type of pipe pictured I would suspect it is a vent pipe for one of the holding tanks
But why would a vent pipe leak?
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Old 06-24-2019, 01:15 PM   #5
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I think I have 2 leaks. Corrected the one under sink but under the furnace in the cupboard is a hose that is leaking. What is that hose & any suggestions? 2017 17b.
Don't know much about a 17b but that "pipe" looks a lot like a wire loom. Could the water be seeping in because the furnace needs new caulking on the outside
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Don't know much about a 17b but that "pipe" looks a lot like a wire loom. Could the water be seeping in because the furnace needs new caulking on the outside
Good point . We found a large pool of water on the cabinet floor directly below our furnace
The outside furnace vent plate was not properly caulked from the factory
I removed the plate and recaulked , leak stopped
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Old 06-24-2019, 06:12 PM   #7
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When does it leak? After using the kitchen sink? What is behind that wall, the bathroom sink?
I donít have the bath sink, didnít use the shower this trip so itís not that. Have sent the pics to Dave at Escape & will report back. Thanks
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From the type of pipe pictured I would suspect it is a vent pipe for one of the holding tanks
You are correct. Dionne responded saying this was vent pipe for gray. Asked if there was a cover on the roof which there is. So will continue troubleshooting.
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