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Old 09-05-2018, 11:08 PM   #1
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Water leak under bathroom sink

I have a 2015 aspen trail 2390 RKH and have taken it out several times this year without any issues, however this last weekend if the water pump is on it leaks under the bathroom sink cabinet (not in the cabinet). Any thoughts on what I can check?
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Old 09-06-2018, 12:30 AM   #2
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I have a 2015 aspen trail 2390 RKH and have taken it out several times this year without any issues, however this last weekend if the water pump is on it leaks under the bathroom sink cabinet (not in the cabinet). Any thoughts on what I can check?

Check the obvious, the water lines connected to the faucet. You may find a loose connection or a leaking water line due to a poor PEX crimp. It will be the cold water side since the leak occurs when the pump is activated. Check both though, you never know.........
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PEX crimps, if not done properly, will leak. You can either crimp another one on (tool is expensive) or replace it with a 1/2" hose clamp from your local automotive store.
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If the water is leaking on the oressure side, you will hear the water pump come on, since the pump is activated on demand when it senses pressure drop. If you do not hear the pump, the leak is on the drain side, sometimes right at the drain, running down the pipe, and dripping off where ever the pipe is at its lowest point.
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