I wish that was always true...we don't use the shower. I use nearly all in washing dishes(sometimes I don't want to use the outdoor shower). I have thought about trying to re-plumb or tie the greys together. I don't even dent the OK grey tank.
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He could be right depending on how your unit is plumbed. Typically it is just what the others have mentioned.
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After five days, our bathroom gray water tank is almost full & our galley is pretty empty (quite a few dinners out this week).
Is there a good reason they are not connected? Is it possible (or advisable) to do such a thing?
If your setup looks like the attached photo it appears as though you could open both grey valves, leaving the cap on, and the two tanks should equalize. Some folks add a twist on valve so you don't get sprayed removing the cap when you need to dump.