Originally Posted by ElCampo
So, there are 3 tubes under the wet bay for winterizing draining and this is not one of them. I was finally able to access the 3d CAD drawings on the Winnebago site and determined a few things. First, the thing sticking out of the end is an inline tank filter, presumably used to keep insects, etc from climbing up and nesting in the tube. The tube itself happens to be the vent tube from the top of the freshwater tank. The question I have yet to answer is why there might be water dripping next to the tube. My only thought is that perhaps there is actually a clog in the vent line, and when the fresh water tank is filled, maybe it's leaking from an elbow?
The red arrow in the attached picture points at the tube in question.
Has anyone else dealt with this issue?
That was our next thought but didn't want to go there as it could be more serious. Perhaps it's just the fact that you filled the tank to the top and there's not a good seal at the vent tube connection.
Could you 'push' some air up the tube to check for obstruction and for fact finding?
On our previous motorhome of another brand the builder installed 3
vent tubes, and when the tank was full and then driven almost all the water would 'siphon out'.