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Old 09-27-2011, 12:11 PM   #15
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SOrry, should have clarified more. We didnt use the shower, so we never even thought to look in the tub before i drained the tank, and the curtain was closed. I did drain the tank, but the plug in the tub was in when i had gotten home and checked it, and the tub was full of water. So when the tub filled up again this last weekend i made sure the plug was out when i drained the tank. So it was an overflowed grey tank for sure. Sorry for the confusion. I ddnt realize the grey tank was so much smaller than the fresh water tank
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Old 09-28-2011, 02:03 AM   #16
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Ya.. while some are the same size as the fresh tank, as mine is, some are not. Dont know why except maybe your suppose to split it with the black?
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Oh, what a learn by doing experience RVing is!!! Yesterday I discovered water in my shower!! and I have been parked for 3 weeks. 'Taint air pressure changes as I previously speculated. It's having a 44 gallon fresh water tank and a 30 gallon grey tank. Finally looked that one up. At least it wasn't the black.
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Oh, what a learn by doing experience RVing is!!! Yesterday I discovered water in my shower!! and I have been parked for 3 weeks. 'Taint air pressure changes as I previously speculated. It's having a 44 gallon fresh water tank and a 30 gallon grey tank. Finally looked that one up. At least it wasn't the black.
We've got a 105 gallon fresh water tank, a 65 gallon grey tank and a 45 gallon black tank. So far we've never overflowed the grey or black as they seem to be pretty well balanced out. The bath sink drains to the black tank so that helps too.
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The question unasked:

You said you took off with 1/2 fresh tank.. Did you STILL have 1/2 fresh tank?

If traveling with water pump on and a leaky faucet in the tub/shower... Well, need I tell the rest.
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Non of the faucets were on. I'm pretty positive it was an overflowed grey tank. Still had 1/2 tnk fresh water
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