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Old 02-18-2013, 02:01 PM   #1
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grey water valve leak- need pn #

I have a grey water leak in my Winn Adv '96 37ft and want to replace the valve but when I went to winnebagoind.com-> resources -> Manuals/Diagrams-> Plumbing Diagrams -> WFG37RW but did not find any info on the grey water valve and its part number. I did find 2 valves listed in the parts catalog:

1st) 1 -1/2" w/handle (PN 062421-01-000 Valve/Dump w/Handle, 1-1/2" Hub x 1-1/2" Spigot (page 105))

2nd) shown is the 3" w/handle (PN 162418-01-000 Valve 3" w/Handle) (pg 106)

and they both look like the physical part but since I live in SF and park it about 35 mi away, can't get down there for awhile to check the length of the shaft.

I did write to Winnebago, but no response yet, so wondering if anyone knows the correct size to use on my '96 Adv? And where to by it? Can I get it online (Winnebago has no order info) and have it shipped?
Any help appreciated.
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Old 02-18-2013, 03:00 PM   #2
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If it is the normal gate valve, then visit your local camping supply.

Most are standard valteria brand, we went and removed ours and bagged them up tool them in thinking would be issue, there where rebuild kits and new valves, new valve about 2.00 more than the kit.

Should be standard stock item, less than $20.00
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Old 02-18-2013, 04:43 PM   #3
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You can't order parts direct fron Winnebago, you can call your closest Winnebago RV dealer, they can look up the part# For you and order it from Winnebago. Also Camping World carries parts, you can call them & they can ship the parts to you. If its not the correct part they will exchange. I have had good luck with Winnebago, but parts are definitly more expensive.
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Old 02-18-2013, 05:08 PM   #4
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Call Lichsinn RV in Forest City, Iowa with VIN and Winnie serial number. They'll fix you up.
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Old 02-18-2013, 06:57 PM   #5
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Fix the leak.

If your not going to drive it for a while those valves are bolted on so you can take it off and take to a R.V. Supply store and with one look they may have one in stock or can order one for you.
If you do fine one be sure and pick up a new seal.
Ive change mine before and it a piece of cake.
Just a thought.
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Thanks all, for your info. I will definitely call a dealership as suggested for I won't be down to the RV for awhile.

Again, thanks to all. I appreciate it.
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The inch and a half is your gray water- 3 inch is black
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Thanks all, for your info. I will definitely call a dealership as suggested for I won't be down to the RV for awhile.

Again, thanks to all. I appreciate it.
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The handles are all the same throw. The grey water is 99.9% of the time the smaller valve see...
1st) 1 -1/2" w/handle (PN 062421-01-000 Valve/Dump w/Handle, 1-1/2" Hub x 1-1/2" Spigot (page 105))

and the black water is

2nd) shown is the 3" w/handle (PN 162418-01-000 Valve 3" w/Handle) (pg 106)

Not hard to do but it may get messy. If you can dump all your waste tanks prior to changing out the valves.
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I have a Winnebago Itasca Meridian and I just replaced mine this past summer with one that I bought right at the campground store. They're all pretty much the same. Just check what size the pipe is and you should be ok. It takes about 30 minutes to change one.
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