Originally Posted by txpiper1983
I purchased my 2015 377flik back in april of 2015. I found out very quickly that somethin was not right about my black tank filling up in just a few days. I haven't had "poopy face" but it splashed over the rim a lil! Did a lil reading and found out that black tank #1 is only 32 gallons. Also just by playing around with the faucets that the bathroom sink drains into black tank #1, i believe that is the main reason it fills so quickly.
I'm not sure if you had any experience with the furnace or not yet. I am livin in texas, and just now using the furnace. I have done a little trouble shooting with and i still can not get the thing to ignite. What i guess my real question is, is how do i get access to the furnace?? I really do not see a way to get to it.
Yes, I figured that out as well. I guess they have the sink drain into it to make sure there is plenty of "fluid" to flush out the "solids". It really is a pain because the tank is so small.
I have a washer/dryer combo in the bedroom closet and so I figured that is where the 2nd blackwater tank is. I'm not sure if anything else uses it, I just leave the valve open all of the time because I put a load of clothes in to wash/dry every morning before leaving for work.
BTW, the washer seems to be the only thing that makes this RV "rock"....I wonder if a kingpin stabilizer would help that?
I have the electric jacks in the back, hydraulic legs in the front, x-stabilizers on each side between the wheels.
Anyway, if anyone has experience with stopping the "rocking" with a washing machine, let me know.
As far as the Furnace goes...I have had no issues with it. I have used it from March 4, 2015 until it warmed up and have been using it this fall and winter.
I am NOT sure, but I think the vents in the stairs give some access to it, I have not pulled them to look, but that is what I thought they were for.
I have to turn the system off at the thermostat and then turn it back on if I have run out of propane. I guess it is a safety feature. It took me a minute to figure that out when I ran out of propane on a 26 degree night and had to change the tanks out at 2 am.