KodiakJack Posted January 5, 2016 Report Share Posted January 5, 2016 Adding the twist-on dump valve I posted about a while back completely eliminated my surprises (symptoms) but didn’t deal with the problem (disease). Unfortunately the disease raised its ugly head this morning as I could not get one of the grey tank dump valves open. It’s only been a week since I dumbed so I still have a little bit of slack before I need to do something. Changing the valve is the easy part its getting at it that has me on edge. Since I have experience getting up under the underbelly and chasing down and fixing a cracked ABS fitting I would like to come with a plan so that I never have to do it again. Still some variables to be determined such as the length of the cable to the valves. I say valves because if I am up and under again I want to make all of the dump valves as good as they can be. Two of them have felt pretty spongy, for lack of better term, for some time. Speaking of which I just looked at Camping World online and saw 144-inch replacement cables for dumb valves (sounds like accident waiting to happen to me). I like to think that my problem child isn’t that long, but on second thought if it’s at the tank it could be. Bottom line how do I get rid of these darn cable controlled dump valve and install something more positive (reliable would be nice too)? Appreciate any helpful comments you can give because I will have to start taking down underbelly within the next few days. Later, J Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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