Gray Tank Drain Valve
Our main gray tank has always dribbled (we've had the trailer for about 9-months now) but we always dump the tanks before leaving so it hasn't been an issue. (And I put an extra valve on the end of the sewer line to prevent dribbling.)
Anyway, I was looking at the gray valve release yesterday and noticed it does not push all the way in...so that's the dribble.
Question: Since it's new, I think they may be something stuck in there so I'm going to try flushing it while it wide open. If that doesn't fix it, I can remove the 4 bolts to check it out but should I have a replacement, first, in case I need to swap it out?
I've been watching youtube videos and also learned that we're supposed to be lubricating the metal rod that pulls out of the drain valves with silicone (but not WD40...I don't even own WD40, it's crap).
Rick & Karen
(Retired USAF, MSgt)
5-year Travel Trailer RVers
2013 Forest River Rockwood Ultra-Lite 2904SS
2014 Toyota Tundra Maxcrew SR-5 TRD 4x4