Getting our 2017 FR Salem 27RKSS ready for the season I notice a moist spot under the sewer exit. All valves are closed. I got a bucket and removed the outer cover. About 3 cups of brown liquid came out. Looking down the open toilet valve, I can see liquid in the black tank but nothing is leaking from the closed sewer valve outside. Trying to figure out how that liquid got there? Any ideas? p.s. it didn't smell like you know what!
It is easy. Just take off the old cap and twist it on. Put cap on new end.
It just gives an extra layer of protection in case you have a leaky valve. (I learned the hard way what happens when a valve leaks and you take off the cap. )
Leaky valve. If you don't want to mess with the valve(s) right away, you can get a Valterra brand twist on extension that also has a dump valve. Allows you to attach your hose without releasing the collected stuff behind the cap.
--2005 F350 Superduty Crewcab, 6.0, 4wd, short bed, 3.73 gears;
--2016 Montana 3711FL, 40'
--2014 Wildcat 327CK, 38' SOLD
Already done, thanks to Amazon. Based on a few poor reviews of the Valterra, I opted for the Camco version. Many complaints of the Valterra falling off at the worst times. Still plan to pin the Camco for added protection. Thanks for all the suggestions and help. Keep it real!