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Old 06-22-2015, 05:47 AM   #1
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2016 Shasta Revere 29QB

We are buying a 2016 Shasta Revere 29 QB and noticed that it only has one dump T handle that appears to be for the black holding tank. The specs state the unit has one 45 gallon grey and one 45 gallon black tank. This is not my first TT and have been in and around RV's for years so this has me confused. I asked the dealer and he and the shop guys are stumped too. We looked everywhere possible for the grey T handle. The unit has a full underbelly enclosure and its impossible to see anything. I assume they will be calling the manufacturer and getting some tech support. Anyone ever hear of such a thing on a TT ? My first thought is that is was an oversight but how do they install a grey tank and not plumb it to a discharge? The really funny part is he got 2 of these same units in just in the past few days and they both have this same issue. Any input or suggestions? Its in the dealers hands now we have not even taken delivery yet. Its not a deal breaker just makes you go mmmmmmmm how did that happen?
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Old 06-22-2015, 05:26 PM   #2
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Grey water tank T should be forward under the kitchen
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Old 06-22-2015, 09:26 PM   #3
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Grey water tank T should be forward under the kitchen

Do you have a 29QB with this same type valve location ? We looked everywhere under this camper and no sign of a grey tank t handle. The discharge outlet only had one gate valve and then the elbow into the black tank.
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Old 06-24-2015, 09:58 AM   #4
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When we had our shasta revere, it only had one valve to empty all tanks. It was an odd setup IMO
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When we had our shasta revere, it only had one valve to empty all tanks. It was an odd setup IMO

Was this design correct from the factory? I'am being told this arrangement does not meet the specs for this unit.
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