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Old 04-02-2019, 06:40 PM   #1
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I have a 16 FB2 and thinking about running solar. I talked to some installers and wanted to know if it was solar prepped, in which it is not. I told him I thought I had a vent pie up in the front storage. I see where my 3 or 4" sewer line go into the black tank, and there is a 1.5" line that goes in beside it, I guess I'm wondering if that is a vent line. But up front on the roof above where my bathroom is located, there are no vent caps, they are 1/4 of the way towards the rear of the rig. I guess I don't know what that line would be, other than a vent line. That would be nice, if they could run the solar wires down that, very close to the inverter, battery location etc. From my phone, I'll post a pic, maybe some one will know. Regardless they said they could get the line down from the roof. Thanks
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I have a 16 FB2 and thinking about running solar. I talked to some installers and wanted to know if it was solar prepped, in which it is not. I told him I thought I had a vent pie up in the front storage. I see where my 3 or 4" sewer line go into the black tank, and there is a 1.5" line that goes in beside it, I guess I'm wondering if that is a vent line. But up front on the roof above where my bathroom is located, there are no vent caps, they are 1/4 of the way towards the rear of the rig. I guess I don't know what that line would be, other than a vent line. That would be nice, if they could run the solar wires down that, very close to the inverter, battery location etc. From my phone, I'll post a pic, maybe some one will know. Regardless they said they could get the line down from the roof. Thanks
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