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Old 09-13-2015, 06:11 PM   #1
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How do I replace the Black Water Tank

I just found out that my Black Water Tank has a crack in it & it leaks. It is connected to the Grey Water Drain which drains the kitchen sink. I think we might have cracked it by using our snake into it because it would not drain. How is the best way to seal this crack. Can I use Gorilla Glue, & crawl under the trailer & seal it.
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If you can see the crack and get to it I would use this: EternaBond
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Is the crack in the tank itself or the plumbing? How big of a crack?
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It needs to be plastic welded. Not hard to do with the right equipment but I bet access is a problem. Tank probabLy needs to be removed.
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