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Old 07-03-2014, 10:59 AM   #1
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Please name the product used...

...around the plumbing entering the top of the gray and black tanks. It seems to be missing from my black tank joint. It's present on the gray pipe and is quite soft. Softer than plumbers putty. What is it so I can get some for the black tank. Thanks.
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...around the plumbing entering the top of the gray and black tanks. It seems to be missing from my black tank joint. It's present on the gray pipe and is quite soft. Softer than plumbers putty. What is it so I can get some for the black tank. Thanks.
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I don't know what any coach builder uses, (or forgets to use).
But I know owners who have successfully used Dicor caulk, and others who used Eternabond tape.
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I resealed mine w/Dicor Non-Sag
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