I still have not found the leaking connection in the kitchen sink drain.
Living in Canada ( I assume) I'd be looking for crack in the pipes rather than the fittings.
I'm in North Carolina and had a leak in the pump under the bed. I Only found that because I tightens all the fittings, still leaked then I pulled the pump and found a crack. I had blown the water out of the system before winter and we didn't have a cold winter
It is definitely the kitchen drain pipe. There is no leaking when I fill a pail. I think I have to get a level spot to work on the rv where I can pull out the slide. Then Iíll have a better idea what Iím looking for. I couldnít see anything under the sink, everything is dry in that cabinet.
Make sure you check the drain tailpipe length. when they are installed they sometimes cut them short and while they appear to be tight, they are sometimes not connected to the actual drain. went to Home Depot and bought 2 - 4 inch extensions, added then on ans viola, no more leaks.
Chuck and Mary Ann
FMCA, Good Sam Life Member and Thor MC member
Ok I have the kitchen drain issue fixed. Once I put in a little effort I found out that there is only a friction fit connection between the fixed, and flexible drain pipes. Now I know what to look for if it comes apart again.
I also made a platform to cover the stairs to increase the floor space a little. Room to place the dogís bed.