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Default Bath tub supply water leak.

I read all the thread I could find on the subject and two options suggested were:
1- take out the fridge and get to it from the possible access door or cut out an access there.
2-cut the tub and patch it!

Considering this is a jet tub and has many supply and drain cut outs already, I don’t like option 2.

As I was investigating the leak on the gray tank wet bay, I noticed that POs had already cut out pieces around the drain and on the side wall before (assume they tried to repair it before).

But, I am not sure if I should go through the fridge or take out these patches and see if I can get to it from the wet bay below the tub?

Has anyone repaired supply lines from below?
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I don't know that tub setup. But having repaired a shower leak, I would say that identifying the leak source is the first thing. Is it a fixture or hose that's leaking? Fixtures generally are accessible from inside the enclosure. Hoses and pipes are fixed by running new pex pipes, and that could require better access. A flexible cam from Harbor Freight can help you identify leaks.

Sorry about the sketchy ideas, but I didn't even know the possibility existed for a jet tub in a Wanderlodge
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I don't know that tub setup. But having repaired a shower leak, I would say that identifying the leak source is the first thing. Is it a fixture or hose that's leaking? Fixtures generally are accessible from inside the enclosure. Hoses and pipes are fixed by running new pex pipes, and that could require better access. A flexible cam from Harbor Freight can help you identify leaks.

Sorry about the sketchy ideas, but I didn't even know the possibility existed for a jet tub in a Wanderlodge
Here is a picture of the setup! Many fixtures!
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