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Old 11-01-2015, 03:47 PM   #971
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Question 2014 Wildcat 344QB holding tanks

I just bought a 2014 wildcat 344QB and I believe there are 4 holding tanks. I have the following questions.


1. how many gallons are in each tank? I'm assuming kitchen galley 50 Gal, Main bathroom grey 50 Gal, Main bathroom black 50 Gal, Bunkhouse toilet/2nd toilet black 50 Gal.


2. Does the bunkhouse/2nd bathroom sink drain into the same black tank as the toilet?


3. when I turn use the blackwater flush it seems to only flush the 2nd toilet black tank. is this right?


4. Is there a schematic or picture of the tanks and plumbing for the 2014 wildcat 344QB


Thanks,
Scott
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Old 11-01-2015, 06:06 PM   #972
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I just bought a 2014 wildcat 344QB and I believe there are 4 holding tanks. I have the following questions.


1. how many gallons are in each tank? I'm assuming kitchen galley 50 Gal, Main bathroom grey 50 Gal, Main bathroom black 50 Gal, Bunkhouse toilet/2nd toilet black 50 Gal.


2. Does the bunkhouse/2nd bathroom sink drain into the same black tank as the toilet?


3. when I turn use the blackwater flush it seems to only flush the 2nd toilet black tank. is this right?


4. Is there a schematic or picture of the tanks and plumbing for the 2014 wildcat 344QB


Thanks,
Scott
I don't have that particular model but here's a link to a brochure from Forest River. It's a downloadable .PDF file. It should answer a couple of questions.
http://www.forestriverinc.com/brochu...atbrochure.pdf
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Old 11-01-2015, 08:55 PM   #973
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Dear Forum Members,

My name is Chris and I'm a Wildcat factory representative. As a few other Forest River reps have offered, I'd like to assist with your questions about the Wildcat product line up (including the Sterling Edition and the eXtraLite series). Obviously, the best resource is your local Wildcat dealer -- and we're very proud of the dealers we have on the ground today. But if you're stuck, please let me know your questions. If I can assist, I'll do my best to get you an answer in a timely manner or direct you towards someone who can. Wildcat's got some great people in production, service, and parts that I can count on to help me help you.

Hope we can keep this both friendly and productive!
Hi Cris, glad to have a factory ear with a voice. I own a 2012 Sterling Edition that I bought new at the end of the model year. Like any new new rig ours has a few hick-ups that out dealer took care of.

My current issue came about 9-10 months ago. I discovered the dreaded front cap oxidation.

I can't tell you how many calls to the Dallas OR factory I made with out a single reply. My dealer also got not assistance from the factory.

This has between a hot topic on several blog sites and I learn that if the issues were to arise within the first year it was resolved with a paint job.

I however, since it didn't appear until 30 some months am out of luck getting help to correct a worsening condition.

Please tell me that I have an avenue to proceed that is supported by the factory.

Thank you for accepting this challenge to resolve this problem.

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Hi Cris, glad to have a factory ear with a voice. I own a 2012 Sterling Edition that I bought new at the end of the model year. Like any new new rig ours has a few hick-ups that out dealer took care of.

My current issue came about 9-10 months ago. I discovered the dreaded front cap oxidation.

I can't tell you how many calls to the Dallas OR factory I made with out a single reply. My dealer also got not assistance from the factory.

This has between a hot topic on several blog sites and I learn that if the issues were to arise within the first year it was resolved with a paint job.

I however, since it didn't appear until 30 some months am out of luck getting help to correct a worsening condition.

Please tell me that I have an avenue to proceed that is supported by the factory.

Thank you for accepting this challenge to resolve this problem.

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The post you quoted was started by Chris in 2011. Wildcat Chris has long ago left Wildcat and Forest River to work for a different RV manufacturer.
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My current issue came about 9-10 months ago. I discovered the dreaded front cap oxidation.

I can't tell you how many calls to the Dallas OR factory I made with out a single reply. My dealer also got not assistance from the factory.

Thank you for accepting this challenge to resolve this problem.

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I'm curious why you are calling the Dallas, OR factory. I believe all Wildcat Sterlings were made at the Indiana plant.

My suggestion to you would be to attend the FROG rally in Goshen next August for your best chance to get help.
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The post you quoted was started by Chris in 2011. Wildcat Chris has long ago left Wildcat and Forest River to work for a different RV manufacturer.
Oakman, that is correct, and although it has been pointed out several times in this thread that Chris has left the company, it's such a long thread that many may inadvertently miss that aspect. As such, and to save future confusion for those who may not know Chris is no longer with the Wildcat's, we will close this thread, so they don't think Chris is still monitoring this one, or wonder why he isn't responding.

Thanks for alerting us to this.

If we have another Wildcat representative here, please let us know, as Chris went above and beyond in his help.
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