Accessing gray tank valves --- Do it or not?
Ok, this going to sound stupid, but here goes anyway: I have a 2014 Silverback 37BH, and the valves on the kitchen tank have been a problem from the get-go. I've had an RV tech work on my valves, replacing the cables from the multi-strand type to solid wire connections. Gradually that tank has returned to its stubborn condition.
I have extended warranty that should cover, but I'm afraid I'm going to end up with another 1/2 ***** job again.
Just how difficult is it to access the gate valves and replace the panels under my unit? Is it a job that's guy with considerable DIY skills (jake-leg) can do??
All suggestions are welcome!