Originally Posted by spock123
Black tank is no big deal, you can find a cap that you can close at the outlet. My black tank valve didnít work for two years. Some things you just have to fix yourself. This blog is a good place to find out about fixing stuff on the camper. I wish I had been on this blog when I was having so much trouble with my Wildcat. It was the prettiest camper I ever owned but at the time I felt like I had no choice but to trade
Thank you very much, I would have fixed myself, in fact if I can I will on anything I have. But what I had was a black tank FULL and (I found out from the dealer) that the valve got stuck from to much glue used on it. I pull the cable, inspect for kinks and lube the cable. But with a full tank and out on a business trip I was not about to try and remove the valve.
You have some good info there, suspect I ill use it
This was in fact an issue I guess on some of the early '17's and there are some threads on it here and on other RV forums. I did a LOT of research in hope of fixing.
I have done a LOT of repairs on RV's the were under warranty and only in rare cases have I bothered to request a reimbursement.
My first RV, spent on average 1 week per month for a full year in the dealer, at the end of the year the dealer bought it back from me, no threats, no nothing just sat down with them and told them the warranty runs out this month and I would like to have an extended warranty for one year here in your shop only. They said how about we just buy it back and you buy another one. I did.