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Old 08-02-2007, 07:02 PM   #1
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Here is a question I can't figure out...my 01 Dynasty has a ocked door on the drivers side that fills the grey water tank...what is the purpose of that...to rinse your grey water tanks???
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Here is a question I can't figure out...my 01 Dynasty has a ocked door on the drivers side that fills the grey water tank...what is the purpose of that...to rinse your grey water tanks???
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Teofff...when Sacs gets back...I will have him answer ...



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huh??

On my Endeavor, it's the shower and sinks that fill the grey-water. What won't those high-end coaches have next. Imagine that, a device that evens fill the waste-water tanks by itself.
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">huh??

On my Endeavor, it's the shower and sinks that fill the grey-water. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
Ditto that!! Are you sure it's not the black-water flush??? Although I have never seen any behind lock and key..

Hmmmm, upon further analytical research amongst my grey matter, where is your fresh-water fill??? My old MH was behind a locked door on the outside of the coach.
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Thanks...it's a stumper for me...I can't figure out why agrey water fill would be behind a locked door, like the gas fill. And why would you need to fill your grey water, except to rinse the tanks????
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I gotta weigh-in with SacsTC. A grey or black-flush system makes sense, but not sure why they'd stick either behind a lock-door.

Ya sure it ain't a fuel-fill door? Oh wow! Now there's a thought, it runs on either diesel #2 or grey water. And for an octane-boost, you could plumb the black-water into... naw, never mind.
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Ronboc:
Since I got my Dynasty, I thought it was a fresh water fill...until I went to fill it today, and when I went to the inside panel, it showed my grey water full...so I pulled the drain, and sure enough, the grey water was full....another mystery
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My fresh water fill is in a compartment, with the black and grey drains....it has a valve that either runs city or you fill. The black water rinse inlet is also located in the same compartment.....Soooo, when I stop by SACs, I'll show you what I got...
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WOW... another mystery to solve !!! (Is it to rinse it out ...or fill it up!?)



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This is such a mystery, that I had to put the power of the Irv2 brain trust (such as it is ) on it.....
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">I had to put the power of the Irv2 brain trust </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

... oh, yeah. Like THAT is going to work.
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We also have a locked, vented fill that I was told is for adding bleach, baking soda, etc. for cleaning the fresh water tank. I have not used it but after reading this will do so tomorrow and report back.
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It seems that when I took a glance inside Teofff's locked door... that the cap had the word "rinse" on it...so the last statement would make sense...



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