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Old 02-02-2013, 09:36 AM   #1
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black water holding tank access

My unit is a 2012 378TS. Where/how can I gain access to the black water tank clean out spray nozzle? The output from the backflow control valve disappears below the washer/dryer compartment floor and from there???
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Old 02-02-2013, 02:17 PM   #2
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My unit is a 2012 378TS. Where/how can I gain access to the black water tank clean out spray nozzle? The output from the backflow control valve disappears below the washer/dryer compartment floor and from there???
Not sure what your asking here.

Is your nozzle plugged?

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My unit is a 2012 378TS. Where/how can I gain access to the black water tank clean out spray nozzle? The output from the backflow control valve disappears below the washer/dryer compartment floor and from there???
It is located in the campartment that the hot water heater is located.
Upper right hand corner is where it is located.
It takes a lot to remove the panel.
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No issues at this time. I have read on this forum (378 units) that individuals have removed a panel and checked their spray nozzles at the tank for clogs. I would like to know how to get to that nozzle. Sometime back I had an issue with a cloged nozzle and cleared it with compressed air at the output side of the backflow valve. I could not locate an access to the tank nozzle. I guess I got lucky when the air cleared it but for future reference, accessability to the nozzle will be invalueable.
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