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Old 06-09-2012, 07:10 AM   #1
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Just bought a 27ft keystone cougar xlite. There is a T handle under the slide out just above the grey water pipe from the kitchen. Does anyone know what this controls.I cannot find anything in the book about it.Thanks
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Old 06-09-2012, 12:30 PM   #2
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Figured it out on my own. May help some else though.It is the cutoff for the grey water to the sink. If you do not open it the sink will flow over.Makes not any sense to me but there you go.
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My TT has a "dont make sense" as well. Mine has 2 sewer pipes on the side! One up front with black and grey water from bsthroom, and one in rear with kitchen grey water! Now that is stupid!
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My TT has a "dont make sense" as well. Mine has 2 sewer pipes on the side! One up front with black and grey water from bsthroom, and one in rear with kitchen grey water! Now that is stupid!
Do you need to flush your TT front and back or do they connect to one outlet
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My TT has a "dont make sense" as well. Mine has 2 sewer pipes on the side! One up front with black and grey water from bsthroom, and one in rear with kitchen grey water! Now that is stupid!
I have this on my Outback. It annoys me especially because one of the connections is under a slide out. I have an idea to connect the two. Right now I run a hose from both to a wye adapter and leave the kitchen gray water open. Occasionally I will put water in that tank to flush any food that went in with the dishwater. It's a pain because I have to carry more sewer lines and have those ugly things everywhere on the campsite.
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I get the joy of dumping front AND back! The one in the rear is just a galley greywater, but its still a pita to have to constantly move back and forth!
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And yes, I just had to go out and get a connector and another sewage line to stretch that far.
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Empties into one outlet and out the drain it goes.I was told this was to eliminate bacteria from backing up into the kitchen equipment. Makes sense after all
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Glad you figured it out. Keystone is one of the mfr's who have 2 grey tanks: 1 for the kitchen sink & 1 for the bath sink/shower. Our 04' Cougar 5-r had 2.

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