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Old 08-02-2014, 02:31 PM   #1
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Holding tanks

I have a 2002 Sunnybrook 31BWFS and wondered if someone knew the capacity of the holding tanks. 2 grey and 1 black water.
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Brochure for 2002 Sunnybrook
http://www.sunnybrookrv.com/pdf/prev...mid%20res).pdf

Has sizes and capacities.
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I see that they say the capacity of grey is 69 gal but don't say how much each tank is. I think one is the galley and the other is the bath room(shower and vanity).
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Sorry, don't know the answer to that. You could try pouring measured water down the kitchen drain until the tank is full. You could try calling or writing Winnebago and asking, but they may not have the answer either; I don't know when Winnebago took over Sunny. Maybe someone else on the forum will come to your rescue. I don't own your brand, just ran across the brochure when I saw your OP. Good luck!
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Ask your question over on My RV Talk forum. Forum was originally a Sunnybrook Owners forum. Many Sunnybrook owners there.
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