This past weekend we went to Virginia to camp near our Grandchildren and let them sleep over. While outside I noticed a drip drip drip from near the belly pan. I thought maybe I had not tightened the water hose good and had a drip. Upon inspection the belly pan (coraplast) was bowed downward and full of water just about even with the outside control panel. When I pushed up on it I could feel the water sloshing. I took my pocket knife and made a couple small holes to allow it to drain. All day and all night and all day the thing kept draining. I had figured it was my main line coming in so I turned it off at the tap. No joy there. I reversed the operation and turned on the shore water and drained the onboard tank. A couple hours later the dripping stopped. This told me its the onboard tank leaking or plumbing leading up to it.
Since I have never dropped the belly pan, if I did would I find a mess of wet insulation and a fixable problem(loose pipe or cracked pipe) or should I take it to CW and let them tackle it under extended warranty which of course I pay a deductible.?? Which way would your great guys go. I already have a tire issue in another thread now to deal with. When it rains it pours.. arrrrr