Class C water tank

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RedT

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Friend has a 2004 Winnebago Mini (Class C) 329B with a fresh water tank leak. According to the drawing, it has 2 tanks - one under the dinette seat that flows to an under-floor tank (see drawing). Is there a way to access the under-floor tank short of cutting holes or complete disassembly of the coach? Would appreciate any ideas you might have.


 

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Lou Schneider

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Underfloor tanks are accessed from underneath the RV.  They're hung from the RV's frame so there's nothing except maybe a thin weatherproof cover underneath them.  Or they may be in plain sight.

Worst case is you'll have to cut away the covering (if it has one) and then patch it when you're done.
 

ChasA

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I would call Winnebago customer support on Monday.  A different coach, but I previously had a Winnebago that had a panel held on with about 50 screws holding it. The gray water tank was behind the panel and could be slid out that way.
 

RedT

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Update on water tank leak. Friend called a mobile RV tech who said "no problem, we will slide the tank out!" Proceeded to remove the water pump and associated plumbing by removing the outside access door, and proceeded to slide the tank out!

Tank is now being smoke checked, since no leak was found with tank full of water.
Will update after the holiday week-end.
 
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