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Old 07-22-2015, 12:01 PM   #1
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Where is the gray water tank on a Sea Breeze?

I'm trying to install a SeeLevel II external sensor system on the tanks in my 2001 National Sea Breeze 34-foot Class A motorhome and I can't find the gray water tank.

I have found the black water tank and the fresh water tank. I can see from the drain that the gray water pipe goes back towards the middle of the coach, but when I crawl under there, I can't find it. I assume it's mounted higher up (like the black water tank).

The black water tank is behind a panel right above the drain valves and the fresh water tank is underneath the coach.

Where is the gray water tank?

Jerry
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Old 07-22-2015, 01:13 PM   #2
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I found the gray water tank. It's right behind the water control panel and right under the bathtub drain. It will be easy to get to.

It was easy to see after I dropped the water control panel (for lack of a better name) down. It's black and right next to the white fresh water tank. Since it's black, I first thought it was a panel, but then I saw the tub drain pipe going into it and I said, "Eureka."

The only problem is that in the process of hunting for it, I also found a small leak going from the bathtub drain pipe into the gray water tank. Oh well, I'll fix that while I'm into it.

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Old 07-26-2015, 09:23 AM   #3
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Good you found the leak before it caused damage.
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