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Old 04-24-2014, 09:36 PM   #11
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Nice job on the diagrams! Thanks

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Old 04-25-2014, 05:40 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by 38FLCamper View Post
I wish you luck on getting a schematic out of most any RV Mfg... and if you do get one, please share. I agree they would be most helpful for users that are capable of using them. I have heard excuses ranging from liability, every unit is built slightly different (probably a good bet), we don't have them, etc.

I have started to build my own, based on the CC 38FL. With winter and all I have not had time to update these as I plan on adding in some additional details around the electrical work in the front storage area where the hydraulics and such are with our rig.

Thanks for the diagrams. I'm getting a 35QB4 hopefully next week and there are a couple of those diagrams that could come in handy.

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Old 05-01-2014, 09:23 PM   #13
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I spent the winter at a campground with no sewer hookups. This made managing grey water a serious issue. I like long showers. The management pumps you out with a honey wagon as needed but it's a pain because they are only available at certain times. I felt the tanks drained rather slowly and they didn't always get fully drained. It helped that we used a secondary gate valve on the outlet pipe and left the primary grey water valves opened. Even though the grey water tanks are at different levels we were able to use the full combined capacity of the two tanks. This helped a lot. A schematic would have helped.

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