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Carver Cascade Leak


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Just got back from our weekend away, had trouble with the water heater leaking inside the van.

Connected up on Friday night all ok water heated up to tempurature.

On saturaday morning there was water coming from under the heater. Only when the tap

is opened. On draining the system down i would say there is about the normal level of water in the bucket.

Only use it on electric, has been drained down since our last trip druing the Christmas break.

 

Anybody got any idea's?

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Been out to the van got the polystyrene jacket off and found a small hole in the cover .

Looks like corrosion.

But i can not understand why the water never drained out, seeing as the hole is right at the bottom.

 

Could a patch be applied to the outer cover, or would a new cover be needed if still available.

 

The model in question is the Carver Cascade GE model (9 lt)

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Been out to the van got the polystyrene jacket off and found a small hole in the cover .

Looks like corrosion.

But i can not understand why the water never drained out, seeing as the hole is right at the bottom.

 

Could a patch be applied to the outer cover, or would a new cover be needed if still available.

 

The model in question is the Carver Cascade GE model (9 lt)

Really cant help much but the parts should still be available.

 

PM Gary at Arc for his expert opinion

Lee

Please note that my opinions stated are those of an enthusiast not an expert and humble at that

 

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