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Old 06-21-2015, 07:58 AM   #1
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Holding tank help for a 2005 Forest River Cedar Creek 30RLBS

I filled the fresh water tank to check the panel lights inside the trailer. It read empty for fresh water. I had filled the tank using a water hose. I didn't want the extra weight on the trailer just yet so I opened the drain valve underneath to empty the tank. I watched the water drain and I'm telling you there had to be only about gallons of water empty out. The trailer is supposed to have a 64 gallon fresh water tank. Am I missing another fill hole somewhere. I check everywhere but only found the city water connection.

Another question if you don't mind. The brochure states the trailer's Black and Gray water tanks capacity is 40/40/28. Are there three tanks? I can only find two places together where I would drain the black water tank and the gray water tank.

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Old 06-22-2015, 12:06 PM   #2
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The fill point for your FW tank should be next to your city water connection. As for the 3 sets for numbers that should be BW/GW/FW. Not necessarily I that order.
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