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Old 07-03-2022, 10:33 PM   #1
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Bathroom leak/washer draining

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I am new to RV life and need a little help. I have a Sabre 37FLL with the washer/dryer combo in the bedroom. During the washer drain cycle water leaks from the wall behind the toilet. I am at a full hook up site and my gray tank is open and empty. The water that was in the floor was slightly soapy as well. The first drain cycle produces the most water. Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 07-03-2022, 11:22 PM   #2
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Hey all,

I am new to RV life and need a little help. I have a Sabre 37FLL with the washer/dryer combo in the bedroom. During the washer drain cycle water leaks from the wall behind the toilet. I am at a full hook up site and my gray tank is open and empty. The water that was in the floor was slightly soapy as well. The first drain cycle produces the most water. Any help would be appreciated.
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On our Class C motorhome there is a valve you have to open to let the washer to drain. It does not go into the gray tank, it goes straight out to the stinky slinky. Maybe yours is the same.
On our there is 3 valves located where you hook up the dump hose. 1 for Grey, 1 for black tank and 1 for washing machine.
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On our Class C motorhome there is a valve you have to open to let the washer to drain. It does not go into the gray tank, it goes straight out to the stinky slinky. Maybe yours is the same.
On our there is 3 valves located where you hook up the dump hose. 1 for Grey, 1 for black tank and 1 for washing machine.
Hey and thank you. I do not have a valve on the exterior. I'll have to pull the washer out to see if the valve is interior. Thank you for the info.
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