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Old 02-17-2015, 12:58 PM   #11
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I had the same leak on the shower grey water, just starting leaking because it was too full. I would assume the black tank vent is the same type of seal, friction fit so it doesnt break going down the road.
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I had the same leak on the shower grey water, just starting leaking because it was too full. I would assume the black tank vent is the same type of seal, friction fit so it doesnt break going down the road.
I would guess the black tank is plumbed the same way
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Old 02-18-2015, 09:23 AM   #13
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Does any one have a schematic of the black water tank and how it attaches to the toilet? To edit my first message....the sewerage was on top of the tank.
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I had a similar situation. It was related to the black tank vacuum valve. Another symptom would be that the black tank doesn't drain as fast as it used to. The vacuum valve is located higher than the tank. Mine was located behind the shower handle. Good luck.
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