Good morning - I am the new owner of a 2006 16' Scamp with a front bathroom. I failed to test the plumbing before purchasing, and yesterday hooked it up for the first time. There are two leaks, which I suspect are from incomplete winterization.
This album shows the leaks (which I think are unrelated): http://imgur.com/a/jTycI
The first picture shows a leak underneath the trailer, it looks like I should be able to disconnect and replace that part if I can identify what it is called.
The 2nd - 4th picture show the configuration of the toilet. The manual for the Sealand toilet mentions removing the flush handle cover to get access to the water valve (where it appears to be leaking).
Unfortunately, the PVC pipe shown in the picture is too close to allow the removal of that cover. The pipe is fixed into the wall and the tank below the toilet.
It would appear that my only option is to cut the pipe, but even then the elbow (best seen in the 3rd picture) would be right in the way.
It doesn't seem reasonable that the bathroom would be designed in such a way to make maintenance of the toilet impossible without major surgery, so I'm assuming there is a simple fix that I'm overlooking.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.