Not a huge deal on going off topic. I think almost all of us has done it at one time or another. Actually, I joined it on it also. And, it would be cool to see a fuel mileage thread started up on this site. Go for it.
Back on topic. I believe when you remove the panel and expose the plumbing you with find a loose PEX water line nut. Half of mine were loose. Hand tightening should take care of your problem. If I were you I would pick up one of these 45 degree angle adaptors at any RV supply, most hardware stores or AMAZON. I live in a little hick town and AMAZON get most of my $$$$$$ This one is a Camco product, and about seven dollars the RV supply.
It will take allot of the stress out of the hose connection. Especially if you use a heavy duty water hose. The bend is just to extreme for my liking.
I have the same 90 in mine along with a regulator I use at the city water connection. Also got them from Amazon
Richard in TX
2014 Voltage V3305
2014 F450 Platinum
firestone bags with AirRide wireless auto level Curt Q20 on R5 rails
You access by removing the panel on the right side of your storage area.
I ended up going with a 45 degree connector with a shutoff for freshwater instead of the 90 degree. I bought mine at Lowes. I like it because I leave it connected to the trailer and the shutoff allows me to close off the fresh water connection.
2013 Voltage 3200
2014 Ford F350 DRW
Now can I get to those connections from the panel or do I come thru storage compartment?
The storage compartment. Mine is like two pieces. A large piece and a smaller piece with an aluminum strip covering the joint. It is really easy to do. The worst part will be what you will see behind the panel. Spaghetti wire and hose madness but that's just the way these things are. The panel will be on the right side of the storage compartment. Just to the left of you water hook up. Should be a piece of cake.
2013 Voltage 3905
2013 F350 4x4 DRW
2013 RZR XP 900