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Old 10-07-2016, 11:05 AM   #1
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2015 262BHXL grey water tanks

As I understand it, I have two grey water tanks with 64 gallon capacity. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong, but I think the sinks go to the forward grey water tank and the tub goes to the aft grey water tank.

I think I might try to do some calibration checking. We just stayed at a campground without a sewer connection and so I dumped my galley tank into a portable. The galley tank was showing 3 lights out of four, and all of it went into a 10-gallon portable tank!

So I guess I need to go back and read whatever documentation I can find. I'm assuming both tanks are 32 gallons each, but maybe I am interpreting the level lights incorrectly. Doesn't four lights out of four mean full?

Is there any way to get water from one grey tank to the other? We normally take showers in the bath house, so the tub tank stays empty. I would like to use it for galley water.

Thanks for any info.
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As I understand it, I have two grey water tanks with 64 gallon capacity. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong, but I think the sinks go to the forward grey water tank and the tub goes to the aft grey water tank.

I think I might try to do some calibration checking. We just stayed at a campground without a sewer connection and so I dumped my galley tank into a portable. The galley tank was showing 3 lights out of four, and all of it went into a 10-gallon portable tank!

So I guess I need to go back and read whatever documentation I can find. I'm assuming both tanks are 32 gallons each, but maybe I am interpreting the level lights incorrectly. Doesn't four lights out of four mean full?

Is there any way to get water from one grey tank to the other? We normally take showers in the bath house, so the tub tank stays empty. I would like to use it for galley water.

Thanks for any info.
You are correct. On mine the kitchen sink and the bathroom sink go to the forward grey water tank and the tub goes to the rear grey water tank. If you look at the tanks under the camper on the "drivers" side you can see the level sensors and can relate those to how much capacity you have left after getting a full light. Both of the grey tanks hold 32 gal. I do not think it is possible to transfer from one grey tank to the other, however it would be possible to add some plumbing and valves to accomplish the task.
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