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Old 08-05-2015, 09:31 AM   #15
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Robbie; You show info as to your TT make or model. Is the trl new to you? If so it's possible that you have 2 grey tanks and you need to find the dump handle for the 2nd tank.

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Thanks for all the advice. I am new to the travel trailer. I bought it last year and had to totally redo the roof. I just actually got done with the roof this past Sunday and took it out for the fist time this season. It is way out of level side to side. I have no time to level it until this weekend. In the meantime it is getting a major cleaning. It does not have two gray tanks. Once again thanks for the advice.

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And you're sure you didn't plug up the gray vent somehow when you did the roof?
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Have you double checked the tub stopper? Mine is a built-in type and it is very easy to have is closed and not know it. Or, like others have suggested, you may have two grey tanks.
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I am sure i did not drop anything in the vents. I know it does not have two tanks and it was emptied the end of last year. The stopper I had totally removed from the tub
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something make a home in the drain?

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