New member here, so go easy on me. I have searched the forums for answers and found plenty on leaks, but none specific to my issue. We took the Axis on a 5 day trip recently and noticed it was leaking grey water from under the chassis. Appears to be limited to the two sinks. It also appears that this drain pipe is hidden under a black underbelly panel. Winterized with pink antifreeze and all supply lines seem to be intact. Must have had some water in the drain pipes to dilute it at that low spot. Question is, does anyone know the best way to remove the black panel underneath to access the drain lines from the sinks to the grey tank? I assume I will find a busted pipe or loose fitting.
I emailed. I'll call tomorrow. It only leaks when someone uses either the kitchen sink or the hallway sink. I assume they merge into a drain line that leads to the grey tank. The point of the leak is almost direct under the middle of the coach between the stove/fridge area and the grey tank. No water inside, only beneath when those sinks are used and not when shower is used. You can actually see soapy water underneath if someone washes their hands or dishes. I just don't see a way to access that portion of the lines. I've not worried about it too much since it is just a little grey water on the ground, but want to get it repaired before I need to winterize again later this year.