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Old 03-09-2017, 12:06 PM   #1
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Via 25T sewer connection question

For owners of the Via/Reyo 25T: can you leave the gray water drain open for continuous drain while hooked up to a sewer connection?

We were looking at a '15 25T and I downloaded the owners manual. It appears as though you have to turn on a pump to drain the gray tank. I normally keep my gray tank open until a day or two before I need to drain the black tank.

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My 27k Cambria was the same way you can leave the drain valve open but you have to activate the pump to actually drain the tank
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Thanks for the response. With a small holding tank it seems like you'd stay busy.
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In my 27K we could go three days before filling the Gray water tank. We seldom dry camped. But sometimes we stopped at friends house.
The 27K has a 31 gallon gray water tank. Black is 34 gallons. So with your 36 gallon gray and black you should be able to dry camp for two to tree days. Just remember to do a military shower and you should be fine.
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