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Old 05-21-2018, 11:19 AM   #1
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Grey tank smell in Windjammer 3001, solved.

For some time have had a gray tank smell in the camper. Tried everything.

I thought I would try installing a Cyclone vent on top of the camper to help create a negative pressure in the gray tank. I removed the stock vent top fixture in prep for installing the cyclone and low and behold the 1 1/2" pvc pipe coming up from the tank was short by about 3-4" so it was never sealed to the inside of the roof vent assy. allowing tank gasses to get into the walls/ceiling areas. The cyclone vent had enough length to mate with the tank pipe so had a good seal now. SMELL GONE.

Hope this may help others with a similar problem.
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