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SP (Single Axle Pusher Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your SP model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it....List your SP parts here too.

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Old 04-19-2020
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WE have a pool going on where the leak is,so where is it?
If there’s a pool going, I get half. Or I’m not telling
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He just returned from Alabama for three months then it was parked in the barn.
Oh wait,you bought it from Carl?
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If you can see the screws in there you can reach your hand in and see if it is wet. If it’s not wet you don’t need that panel off any further.

Did you look inside (mine is under the bed) where the water filter and tank fill solenoid are? Not sure if f that is under the bed in yours but that’s where a lot of the water routing happens and it is near where you see the leak. Could simply be a loose hose clamp. Lots of them in that area.
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I found the top screws but not the bottom ones. When I pulled the top back and looked in, the bottom bracket has two screws on the backside with the bracket bending underneath going under the carpet. See pic. What now? I’ve tried to remove the two screws but they won’t budge


PS. I found where it’s leaking
To answer your "what now" question. On the opposite side of where that bracket is will have to be two screws going straight down into the floor to hold the other end of that bracket. You may have to pull up the carpet on the other side to get to them. Usually they just go through the carpet so try fishing around for them.
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I went over everything before delivery. No leaks anywhere. If it had been leaking as you say, it would have left a puddle under that bay the 2 nights you were parked before you got back to AZ. It's a 31 year old bus. Even though I believe that Mark (the owner before me) updated the plumbing, it's still a house in an 8.5 earthquake every time it rolls down the road. I had several leaks in the water heater bay. Nothing serious. I would never run off city water in an old bus, not even a new one. Water pressure is generally too much.

I would check above the water heater. There are pipes coming down thru the floor. They run in the chase on the wall next to the bed. But, I would think that if it is leaking there that the carpet in the bedroom would be wet.
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I went over everything before delivery. No leaks anywhere. If it had been leaking as you say, it would have left a puddle under that bay the 2 nights you were parked before you got back to AZ. It's a 31 year old bus. Even though I believe that Mark (the owner before me) updated the plumbing, it's still a house in an 8.5 earthquake every time it rolls down the road. I had several leaks in the water heater bay. Nothing serious. I would never run off city water in an old bus, not even a new one. Water pressure is generally too much.

I would check above the water heater. There are pipes coming down thru the floor. They run in the chase on the wall next to the bed. But, I would think that if it is leaking there that the carpet in the bedroom would be wet.


No worries, I realize it’s 31 years old. On the second night on the way back, I noticed that the pump was cycling on and off. So it was leaking somewhere. Took couple of weeks to track it down. When I found it, it was minor. A drip every couple of seconds. Just enough to get the floor in the bay wet. But has since gotten worse
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