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Old 05-04-2016, 03:13 PM   #1
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REV 24TB Black tank flush

Howdy folks. I need some help. I want to use the onboard black tank flush on my 2016 REV 24TB. Can you tell me what position the Anderson valve should be in?
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The Anderson valve would not do that. Should be another hose hook up on the sidewall of the coach.

Anderson Valve just sends water to the Pump, fresh tank or cold water fixtures directly.
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Your black tank flush is at the back, just hook up hose and open black tank valve.....see timeframe 1:11

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Black tank flush method

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The Anderson valve would not do that. Should be another hose hook up on the sidewall of the coach.

Anderson Valve just sends water to the Pump, fresh tank or cold water fixtures directly.
Thank you. So the Anderson valve is independent from the black water flush? The method I have searched for online is as follows:
Black water slide valve closed.
Hook up a hose and regulator to the source.
Connect the other end to your black water flush.
Turn the water on and allow the flush to work for several minutes.
Open black water slide valve and empty.
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Yes, black tank flush goes from the outside wall, through a check valve, to the black tank.

Most of the warning stickers will tell you to have the black valve OPEN. A clear elbow on the sewer line is also nice so you can watch until water flows clean.

The issue with leaving the valve closed is if you walk away, tanks fill and stuff is everywhere.
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