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Old 07-19-2018
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Is it wet outside where the hose threads in to the coach? In that box? If so, that water could be leaking across if you aren't level.

You could try raising the leveling jacks on the right side of the coach and see if you get the drips from somewhere else.

You sure it isn't the AC condensation water?

That might run to the air inlet, which could make its way down on to the air filter housing.
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Doug knows more about the machine than I do so I'm just throwing mud at the wall here - you might consider filling the tanks and running the pump and see if the leak stops, too. Completely disconnect the city water.
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Mine had a pressure regulator built into the hose connection. It failed and would leak whenever I had a shore water pressure on it. I removed all of that and use an external pressure regulator if needed.

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Old 07-20-2018
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Tom,

Funny you mentioned that. I did put an old one from PO and that was also around when all started.

I’ll pick new one up today and let you know,

Thank you
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Old 08-12-2018
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Hi All,

We’ve been at the Gran Marais , Mn campground nearly a month and start our journey tomorrow to Florida!

I’ve taken the advice and will be fixing the steering issues at Josham in Orlando.
They seem very knowledgeable about the BBs and also familiar w the SafetyPlus.

I would have rather fixed it before the start of the trip , so I’m still open to any other shops that are on way. If anyone has worked w them so as to make the drive easier on the coach. Orlando is at the end of the trip but will work as last resort.

Thank you again for all the input! Actually looking forward to getting back w the second wife ( BB one!) -
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