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Old 08-11-2015, 07:31 PM   #15
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I would contact Forrest River. They should authorize a local dealer to preform repairs.
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Old 08-12-2015, 12:58 PM   #16
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I am going to try and ignore elf. I waited on Plummer until 11:30 last nite,contacted him again this morning still waiting. :
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Old 08-12-2015, 06:39 PM   #17
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That's ok I'm used to being ignored I've been married too long to be thin skinned about it. But my drains work. Good luck with that plumber.


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Old 08-14-2015, 08:20 AM   #18
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Just curious now, op did the plumber ever show up? What's the verdict? Would like to know the outcome it may help others with the same problem.


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Well I am so sorry,I posted this somewhere,not sure where now!! The plumber showed up 2 days after the fact. Anyway I got a snake started around back at the outlet in the grey tank,got about 24 " hit something,not sure what ,shoved kind of hardi the water came gushing out,still don't know what it was but no problem since,prob not the last of it but hope to be closer to dealer then .thanks for all the help..
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Well I am so sorry,I posted this somewhere,not sure where now!! The plumber showed up 2 days after the fact. Anyway I got a snake started around back at the outlet in the grey tank,got about 24 " hit something,not sure what ,shoved kind of hardi the water came gushing out,still don't know what it was but no problem since,prob not the last of it but hope to be closer to dealer then .thanks for all the help..
I assume you meant at the dump connection is where you started. If so, there is one (or more) of the slugs from the holes for the drain lines in the tank. This is the classic symptom!
The dealer will need to get them out of the tank for you.
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Thank you for the update. Glad you were able to get it working.


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Old 08-16-2015, 08:24 AM   #22
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I had same problem - things would drain when I moved or lifted jacks and be fine for awhile - Finally would not drain at all. Figures the valve was bad so I removed it - was fine. I took a long screw driver and poked around and it drained. Glad it was gray water !!!. I removed all the pluming up to the tank and with a dentist pick I pulled out the cut out from the factory install. Talked to the previous owner and he had it in a couple times. All is well now except wondering if they did the same in the pootank. Good Luck
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