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Elddis Wisp bathroom sink waste problems



 
 
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Old April 17th 06, 06:24 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
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Default Elddis Wisp bathroom sink waste problems

Hi,

Just got the Wisp 400/4 out of storage and took it away for easter. All
ok until the sink in the bathroom was filled and then raised to poor
the water down the back as per normal.

As if by magic the water did not come out of the outlet outside but
started to fill the floor and also drip from underneath the van onto
the grass.

Before i rip into the platic panelling to find out what has gone wrong
has anyone got a diagram / sketch / ideas of what is behind these
panels?

Thanks in advance

Alastair

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Old April 17th 06, 08:35 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
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Hi,

Just got the Wisp 400/4 out of storage and took it away for easter. All
ok until the sink in the bathroom was filled and then raised to poor
the water down the back as per normal.

As if by magic the water did not come out of the outlet outside but
started to fill the floor and also drip from underneath the van onto
the grass.

Before i rip into the platic panelling to find out what has gone wrong
has anyone got a diagram / sketch / ideas of what is behind these
panels?

Thanks in advance

Alastair


Usually a standard sink drain hole with a length of convoluted pipe
attached, or in your case, probably unattached.

Cheers

David


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Old April 17th 06, 08:35 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
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Default Elddis Wisp bathroom sink waste problems


wrote in message
oups.com...
Hi,

Just got the Wisp 400/4 out of storage and took it away for easter. All
ok until the sink in the bathroom was filled and then raised to poor
the water down the back as per normal.

As if by magic the water did not come out of the outlet outside but
started to fill the floor and also drip from underneath the van onto
the grass.

Before i rip into the platic panelling to find out what has gone wrong
has anyone got a diagram / sketch / ideas of what is behind these
panels?

Thanks in advance

Alastair


Usually a standard sink drain hole with a length of convoluted pipe
attached, or in your case, probably unattached.

Cheers

David


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Old April 17th 06, 08:35 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
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Default Elddis Wisp bathroom sink waste problems


wrote in message
oups.com...
Hi,

Just got the Wisp 400/4 out of storage and took it away for easter. All
ok until the sink in the bathroom was filled and then raised to poor
the water down the back as per normal.

As if by magic the water did not come out of the outlet outside but
started to fill the floor and also drip from underneath the van onto
the grass.

Before i rip into the platic panelling to find out what has gone wrong
has anyone got a diagram / sketch / ideas of what is behind these
panels?

Thanks in advance

Alastair


Usually a standard sink drain hole with a length of convoluted pipe
attached, or in your case, probably unattached.

Cheers

David


 



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