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Old 01-01-2024, 01:51 PM   #1
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Water Leaks in my 2023 Micro Minnie 2108DS

My name is Lois and I am a newbie to this RV life. I am on day 5 of living in my Winnie and I discovered a leak under my kitchen sink yesterday. Today I can see that the tank above the 2 tires next to the entry door is leaking. I saw a white valve and desired to open it and water did flow out but it’s still leaking,
Would someone advise on this Fine New Years Day? Being a holiday, not sure I can get a tech to check things out,,,, help!
I am afraid to use any water until I get this figured out… I am hooked up to City Water
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Old 01-01-2024, 05:07 PM   #2
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Welcome Lois,
I just wanted to let you know I changed the title of your thread here to make it more evident about what kind of help you need and what RV you have.

Please always keep in mind that Winnebago makes hundreds of RV and over the years has made thousands of RVs. So, one of the most important things when asking for help is to fully state your complete year, model and floor plan (2023 Micro Minnie 2108DS) info right up front. Just saying "my Winnie" makes it difficult for anyone to help you.

As a member of staff here I was able to look up the small amount of info you put in your Profile when you joined - so I added that to your thread Title.

Surely, someone will come along and try to help you figure out your issue.
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Old 01-01-2024, 05:16 PM   #3
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That sounds like it may be loose connections. Not unheard of. These things are rocking and rolling down the road and things loosen up. If the leak is at a connection try using a pair of pliers and gently tightening up on it if is has a big nut. If it is a crimped connection that is a different problem.

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Old 01-01-2024, 05:18 PM   #4
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Yes, what was I thinking! I guess I was in panic mode and wasn’t! Thank you for clarification and including the info needed.
I will do better next time!
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Old 01-01-2024, 05:27 PM   #5
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Hi Aaron, thanks for responding.
But I don’t see where to crimp anything.
I turned down the water pressure from the city water connection and that got things to a steady drip. I called for a tech to come out , hope to hear back tomoro.
When I reach under and touch the panel next to the drip, it’s soaking wet . Ugh hope nothing is damaged!
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