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Old 05-28-2019, 09:28 PM   #11
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That was kind of my thought. If the black piping went to it, wouldn't that make it the black tank? And the same with the grey tank. If the piping goes there , isn't it the grey tank? No matter what the handle says? Is it really that difficult to change the handles around? When the belly was cut did either tank have a sign on it that designated it to a particular use?

If I went to a dealer with a similar problem (I would not) and he started cutting the under belly we would have to have a discussion. Ans it sounds like you believed his stupid answer for a non problem?
Sorry if this hurts your feelings but you need to learn some about your unit so people can't take advantage of you.


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Old 06-01-2019, 03:32 PM   #12
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Seems to me the difference in the tanks is in the size. Typically, RVer's generate much more gray water than black and therefore, the gray tanks are larger. I'd want them plumbed correctly too, and I'd want the dealer to do it. Best way to ensure that some $10 an hour guy is not working on your trailer is to find someone good at the dealership, and cover their palm with silver. Just like a waitress in a restaurant. We may tip for the service, but if we're regulars, best to tip enough that the waitress remembers.

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