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Old 03-20-2008, 04:41 AM   #1
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The cabinet were my control panel is located just started leaking when it rains. (The ceiling is not wet or the wall) there is a little puddle of water on the top of the cabinet near the vent pipe and dont seem to be leaking from there. I checked the seal on the living room slide that seems to be ok (It is tight). Anyone ever run into this problem I need to pin point the problem since it is so close to the control panel I dont want it to start a fire or have a major electical short. Ron
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The cabinet were my control panel is located just started leaking when it rains. (The ceiling is not wet or the wall) there is a little puddle of water on the top of the cabinet near the vent pipe and dont seem to be leaking from there. I checked the seal on the living room slide that seems to be ok (It is tight). Anyone ever run into this problem I need to pin point the problem since it is so close to the control panel I dont want it to start a fire or have a major electical short. Ron
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Old 03-20-2008, 02:24 PM   #3
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Not exactly sure just where you mean. Is the control panel the "One Place" where all the generator-thermastat, and tank monitors are located? And just what vent pipe are you speaking of? I can't see any vent pipes from the living space in my coach.
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If I remember correctly, when I had the One Place panel out to install my See Level system, I believe the vent pipe from the gray water tank runs in the space just behind the panel. I'd check the caulking/seal on the roof around the vent pipe.
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Old 03-20-2008, 05:00 PM   #5
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Thank you for the information I will go up on the roof tomorrow and check out the vent pipe. I will let you no what I found out. Ron
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Old 03-20-2008, 05:03 PM   #6
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Ron, if your panel is as easy to remove as mine, (2 screws) it can be pulled out far enough to see if anything wet is coming down the vent tube...rgr...
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Old 03-20-2008, 05:20 PM   #7
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ok thank you I will check that tomorrow. Ron
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Ron, keep in mind that there is live voltage on the back of the panel and be appropriatly careful.. I don't think there are any "open' connections, but the "juice" is there..Be disconnected from shore power, no gennie running...rgr...
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