Hey folks ... looking for some repair advice/experience.
I'm on my 2nd 2019 Thor Thor A.C.E. 30.2 ... I'll forgo the story. My current 2019 is out of warranty, but has been used very little .. 800 miles on it. I was prepping for winter storage & giving the unit a good shake down - found several issues I need to address; but, foremost, three (3) active leaks.
1) The flexible pipe in the slide (under the bunks) for the kitchen sink drain. It's leaking at both ends where it connects to the fixed plumbing. I can slow the leak, but not "stop" it. The factory has the flexible pipe friction fitted with a zip tie contraption holding it together. Has anyone devised some more secure (leak proof) engineering for this
2) I have the dreaded rear tail light leak (Command 003-30 incandescent model). This has been well documented from what I see on the forums. I'll likely convert to the LED model & reseal with butyl tape. Pictured is the passenger side; the drivers side doesn't have water droplets as it doesn't even contact the body at the bottom! So, its getting plenty of airflow
3) I had water pooling in the storage compartment just under the holding tanks. It was dripping from the penetration where the two white PEX lines (tank flush) go into the body for a back-flow preventer loop. By taking out the "pet food" drawer in the bathroom, I traced the leak to a bathroom sink supply line that got popped with a cabinet staple. The water was running down the supply line. Problem is, one end of the supply line is not accessible unless I remove the "night stand" cabinet (nearest the bathroom) in the bedroom! Why in the heck they didn't make this connection in an accessible location is beyond me! I guess, alternatively, I could splice the supply line where the puncture is
? It's the J&S braided supply line type that is used throughout the coach.