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Old 08-15-2019, 08:36 AM   #1
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Never Assume!!

So we just purchased a 2007 Journey 36G.
Not having time to check the operation of the ice maker I raised the bar on the ice maker assuming it would put it out of service. That evening around 230am I heard what sounded like water dripping in the kitchen. I found the entire floor area and part of the carpet saturated. When I realized the water was coming from the freezer area i opened the door and a wave of water shot out! I was drenched from my chest down with ice cold water! I wish we had a security camera to capture this moment. I let out a scream and my wife came running thinking someone broke in the trailer.
So several days have passed and everything is back to normal.
Moral of the story is Never Assume!!
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Old 08-15-2019, 11:03 AM   #2
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Sorry to hear. Water can be a hard item to clean up needless to say and shocking to the system at 2am. Good luck make sure you have everything dry carpet and wood.
Ray & Diane
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