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Old 01-02-2015, 12:16 PM   #1
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1 grey tank or 3?

We're on our first trip in our 267bhsk. We were told we had 1 grey tank but have 3 lights. After our first dump, the 2nd light is still lit to 2/3rds and the 1st light is lit at 1/3rd. Manual isn't very helpful.
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Old 01-02-2015, 12:18 PM   #2
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You should have one light system indicator for fresh water tank, black tank, grey tank and battery level

Look at this thread....

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Old 01-02-2015, 01:39 PM   #3
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Do not know what a 267bhsk is or what make but you could have a fresh water tank, galley tank, black tank and a grey tank, indicators. also the indicators rarely work correctly after a few uses, once you know the camper you will have a pretty good idea how low it takes to fill them up.


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Old 01-02-2015, 01:51 PM   #4
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Also on our Puma we have a third dump valve. If your access to the valves is outside at the outlet, make sure you look behind the dump outlet. Our grey tank valves are on either side of the outlet but the black tank valve handle is behind the outlet almost underneath the trailer.

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My bunkhouse has a seperate black tank. I have quite the maniflod system to setup for a long term stay. 2-black, 1-galley, 1-grey.
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Old 01-02-2015, 01:57 PM   #6
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Also check behind trailer wheels on drivers side, my 2nd grey valve is there, up near frame
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Here are trailer specs.....

MODEL 267BHSK

Dry Hitch Weight 885 lbs. (401 kg)
Unloaded Vehicle Weight 5,360 lbs. (2,431 kg)
GVWR 7,885 lbs. (3,577 kg)
Cargo Carrying Capacity 2,491 lbs. (1,130 kg)
Exterior Length 30' 11" (9.4 m)
Exterior Height 10' 10" (3.3 m)
Exterior Width 96" (2.4 m)
Fresh Water Capacity 32 gal. (121 L)
Gray Water Capacity 76 gal. (288 L)
Black Water Capacity 38 gal. (144 L)
Awning Size 17 ft
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Here's a pic of our control panel. Click image for larger version

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Here's a pic of our control panel. Attachment 68070
Looks like you probably have 3 grey tanks ............ so maybe 3 handles/ valves to open them .....
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Only one tank

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Here's a pic of our control panel. Attachment 68070
I have a 307QBDSK Solaire. My panel is exactly the same. My specs say one gray tank. After two years of camping, I've never seen any indications on the lights for "gray 2" and "gray 3."

I'm pretty sure there's only one gray tank. Also, there have been threads on this site talking about the specs stating 76 gallon gray capacity (two tanks) but in actuality Forest River stopped putting in two tanks but never changed the specs. Perhaps you're in the same boat (I hope not!)
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