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Old 02-06-2014, 01:22 PM   #51
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Ok. I'd call the dealer. I don't know whether or not this drains to the rear gray or the galley tank. It telescopes out when the slide is moved out. Any other drain issues? Also check the series 300 toilets and make sure they don't have internal leaks. If so, look at the sticky thread in the plumbing section regarding this. Enjoy the new 5er. You will get a ton of looks and questions when you pull somewhere.
Why would the toliet bubble water through the drain hole when the tolet is flushed? Black tank is empty and has been flushed out.
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Old 02-06-2014, 02:37 PM   #52
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Why would the toliet bubble water through the drain hole when the tolet is flushed? Black tank is empty and has been flushed out.

Which drain are you talking about?
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Old 02-06-2014, 02:47 PM   #53
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when you flush the toliet water bubbles up in the toliet bowl opening, before it goes into the tank.
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Front bathroom? Mine did that when the tank was full and that's when I realized the front sewer handles were reversed. I thought I was emptying the black and it was actually the gray. After that was fixed I don't get any bubbles when flushing. Other thing to check is the vent on the roof, make sure nothing is blocking it.
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back bathroom. Both rear tanks show to be empty. I have drained the black tank and flushed it. Checked the vent already.
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Hmm, ok. Maybe try flushing slower on the foot pedal so there is more of an air break. Otherwise not sure, hopefully someone else with more experience will chime in.
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Did you check the vent for depth into the tank?
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Did you check the vent for depth into the tank?
I have a service guy coming to change out both toliets next week, due to the smell issue. I will have him check out the bubble issue to.
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Read this article and try this vent. Forest river will be installing on certain models moving forward. http://www.rvdoctor.com/2012/08/prod...sewer.html?m=1
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Just bought our2014 Wildwood Heritage Glen 356QBQ hope all the problems you guys have encountered are fixed when it gets in, if not I know what to look for when I pick it up thanks guys!!! Tod
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