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Old 05-11-2013, 11:43 AM   #1
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I was washing the roof on my 2007 Damon Outlaw when I noticed this. The sewer vent pipe is open,nothing to keep rain or anything for that matter to go into. I am sure it goes to the sewer system and goes out the hose but is is suppose to be a straight open pipe? I purchased the RV in March, so this is the first time I was able to get on top and wash it.
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It should have vent cap on it. You can get them at any RV store.
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I was washing the roof on my 2007 Damon Outlaw when I noticed this. The sewer vent pipe is open,nothing to keep rain or anything for that matter to go into. I am sure it goes to the sewer system and goes out the hose but is is suppose to be a straight open pipe? I purchased the RV in March, so this is the first time I was able to get on top and wash it.
Thanks, i went and brought a vent cap that fits inside with metal clamps.
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Pka5528,

If the vent you are talking about is the front one over the drivers seat...that's just a blank to cover the SAT TV Prep wires in the roof. The other one in the rear is a real waste water vent and has a pipe connected to the plumbing. The cap keeps rain water and debris from getting into the tanks...congrats on the fix.

It isn't always easy to see Outlaw specific posts, so I always post questions to the Outlaw "Brain Trust" of other owners here:
http://www.irv2.com/forums/f120/i-lo...aw-102560.html

And there's lots of other Outlaw stuff here:
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