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Old 04-25-2013, 08:25 PM   #1
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2 grey tanks on a Lacrosse 319QBS?

We just bought a new Lacrosse 319qbs and last week and love it. I see I have a 60 gallon grey tank capacity. But I see I show a grey tank and galley tank on my monitors. They currently show different levels. That tells me two tanks. I only see one grey tank dump handle. Does that dump both?

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Old 04-25-2013, 08:27 PM   #2
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Yes i have the same set up on my Sierra.
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Old 04-25-2013, 08:33 PM   #3
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Don't know about your set up but our Puma has 3 dump handles with the three tanks. The third is straight behind in the middle & hard to see....... When we first got it I couldn't figure out right away why the black tank did not want to dump......
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Grey tank handles

My Crusader has 2 grey tank handles. One is located next to the black tank handle but the galley handle was very hard to find. It is under the coach close to the wheel well. To find it the first time I had to crawl under the coach to find it. But now that I know where it is, I can just reach under and pull the handle.
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Old 04-27-2013, 07:11 AM   #5
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There is one dump handle for your gray tanks. They are plumbed together.


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Old 04-27-2013, 12:12 PM   #6
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Thanks for the info, that answered my question .
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Old 05-07-2013, 05:59 AM   #7
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There is one dump handle for your gray tanks. They are plumbed together.

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Hi RV Guy. I notice on my 295RST 2013 that the monitor shows a galley tank and grey tank. Is there another grey tank handle somewhere else?
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Old 05-07-2013, 08:48 AM   #8
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Most all of our FW models have 3 pull handles. I'm pretty certain the 295 has a galley pull back by the axles.

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Old 05-07-2013, 09:42 AM   #9
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Most all of our FW models have 3 pull handles. I'm pretty certain the 295 has a galley pull back by the axles.

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Thank you RV Guy. I will check this weekend. I saw the gauge over the weekend(our shakedown trip) but just assumed the grey handle by the black handled all. I wondered why it seemed to empty so fast. Good thing I read something about this in an earlier post. No harm done but it probably would have been a good thing for the dealer to show me.
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Old 05-07-2013, 09:52 AM   #10
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Not sure about the location of your tanks, but on my LaCrosse 303 RKS (rear kitchen model) the galley tank is at the back of the trailer and the dump valve is is about 1/3rd from the front of the tt. This makes for a long gradual slope in the drain pipe running from the galley tank. Whenever possible I lower the front of the tt when draining the tanks. This helps draining the galley tank alot.
Just thought I would throw that out there just in case.
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Thanks all I will find it.
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Old 05-26-2013, 08:36 PM   #12
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Did you find it? Can't find the galley pull on my 2014 295rst crusader. Appears it is open though as water drains direct from kitchen sink to sewer outlet.

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Yea, one handle does dumps both tanks..
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Old 05-26-2013, 08:53 PM   #14
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IrishRV, the pull handle for your galley tank on your 295RST is underneath the side of the trailer. Just get down and look underneath where your dump valves are and look at the side of the frame. You'll see if sticking out.
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Was under today and didnt see it. I'll look again. Is it forward of the tires or behind?

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Have a second look, sticking right out of the frame. I can take a picture of it the next time I am by the storage lot.
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Was under today and didnt see it. I'll look again. Is it forward of the tires or behind?

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Om my 2013 you have to kneel down and look under chassis. It is a bit to the right and forward of the tires
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Found it !! Thanks guys. My galley tank pull was right above the sewer pipe coming out of the frame as you said. Time for the ptouch labeller.
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Sorry I havent introduced myself yet to the forum please forgive me...but i saw this question and I am not sure if the replies are correct to the specific TT model that you have. We just bought a 2013 319QBS and I have a separate valve for the galley tank at the front right side under the frame of TT directly below the water connection compartment. I haven't found any info on both the grey and galley are connected.
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Hey y'all - we have a 2013 Crusader 335BHS (most awesome coach!), it has 2 gray tanks @ 35g each but plumbed separately. Since we typically camp in state parks w/ electric only, I added one of these: linky I leave both gray tanks valves open which lets them equalize giving us 70g (plus whatever's in the pipes) capacity. On our 335BHS, the gray tank is for the shower and bathroom sink, the galley gray is for the kitchen & outdoor kitchen sink - we don't use the shower with electric-only hookups, so the galley gray would fill up much faster than the gray tank. By adding the extra waste valve we have a full 70g capacity, extending the time we can go without dumping or needing a tote.

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