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Old 04-17-2016, 02:13 PM   #1
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black tank valve leaking

We just finished a few days in Charlottesville va at the KOA ( by the way great place ). I was dumping my holding tanks when I noticed I have a small leak on the black tank side. There is a small break close to the handle, it only leaks when the handle is pulled. I think I know the obvious answer, the valve needs to be replaced. Although the valve operates fine, just a crack on the outside. Has anyone had any luck putting some epoxy on the crack, or is just not worth the effort and just replace the valve. Only 4 bolts holding it, is it much of job ? Any secrets to replacing it ? Good news the tank is dumped and flushed. As always thanks for the help and advice.
Chuck " still in Va "
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