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Old 12-09-2018, 04:29 AM   #1
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Empty tanks ?

I have a 2007 Pace Arrow 36D. Has 1.5 bath. My vacuum pump for toilets quit. My question is. Red light stays on. Iíve checked just about everything. Question ? Iíve emptied the black tank from the main valve at rear of MH. There is a smaller tank on the forward head where pump is located. Is there a valve there to empty that tank ? I canít tell if itís full or empty by just looking at it.
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Empty tanks ?

Donít know your set up but you shouldnít have but 1 place to dump tanks and thatís where your sewer hose hooks up one valve for grey and one for black. When you pulled valve did stuff come out? If not you valve maybe stopped up what toilet paper are you using? Red light means black tank is full and will not flush. Usually the valve with smaller pipes are grey water and larger pipe valve is black or poop valve.
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If you haven't seen it, start by reading Vacuflush Tips more tips in there than you can read in a sitting.

Are you sure tank is empty? Red light means you are getting power. There should be a tank sensor that trips when full might be hanging up. Does it ever run, then not build suction? Run forever? Something get flushed that shouldn't have been?
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