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Old 11-05-2018, 11:25 AM   #1
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Black tank flush access

I am having a problem with a 2017 Wildcat 28BH while using the black tank flush.
There must be a small leak in the system because every time I use the flush, a small amount of water will drain out of the underbelly through the cover.
Wondering if anyone might know the location and layout of this valve so I can access it with minimal cutting of the underbelly cover ?
Carried it to the dealer and they were no help, cut one small hole right by the tank drain and said they coulding find any leak.

Thanks for any insight on easiest and least invasive way to access this valve.
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Old 11-05-2018, 01:09 PM   #2
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I'm not sure which value you're looking for so not sure this helps.

My vacuum breaker / antisiphon valve went bad and I had a huge leak. Others have described no water getting to black tank when theirs goes bad, so maybe there is a middle ground of a little water leaking.

Here's a good thread that describes its function and possible location. Good luck.

Check valve for black water flush
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On my Wildcat it is located in the linen closet behind a panel held on by four screws.
Not sure where yours might be but normally they are located where they are above the top of the toilet bowl some times in a wall or under the vanity sink.
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On my Wildcat it is located in the linen closet behind a panel held on by four screws.
Not sure where yours might be but normally they are located where they are above the top of the toilet bowl some times in a wall or under the vanity sink.
On mine it is in the wall behind the shower valve. Held there by a screw and clamp. I eliminated it and put a check valve in line.
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