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Old 02-13-2016, 10:30 AM   #11
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The cable problem I have had is the outer cable jacket separating from the housing below the handle. The valve gets stiff requiring more pushing and the outer jacket separates at the crimp. Poor design.

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Old 02-13-2016, 10:55 AM   #12
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These manufacturer s put these things together we pay big bucks for them and they cant figure out these valve cables. I tryed lubing them over the years on many i have owned never seemed to help much. My 2015 38fl has them way down on the frame and with the slides out you have to almost have to lue down to pull them out whats up with that. I made a push pull hook out of an old hoe.
My galley tank valve is located under slide.......I hard plumbed off the side, before the gate valve, to the front grey/black tank valves, and joined into grey water fitting before the leave rear one open and use the gate valve that I added into my just 1 hose to do all, but added a cap with a garden hose attachment to the can just use it that way if needed. If you connect hose before opening slide, and have a garden hose shut off on hose, you can open underneath one first without mak'n a mess or hav'n to connect big hose

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