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Old 10-25-2013, 07:00 PM   #29
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Just a note, the floor is high in the shower so that you can know when the gray tank is full. If there is water in the shower pan the tank needs emptying.

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Just a note, the floor is high in the shower so that you can know when the gray tank is full. If there is water in the shower pan the tank needs emptying.

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Sorry Tom. I don't think that's the reason; I believe there is plumbing under there. If the gray tank is full, it would just as easily flood a floor-level shower pan. (Besides, we keep an eye on our tank gauges. )
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Sorry Tom. I don't think that's the reason; I believe there is plumbing under there. If the gray tank is full, it would just as easily flood a floor-level shower pan. (Besides, we keep an eye on our tank gauges. )
That's correct. In many RV's the drain lines are above the floor. The pan is raised to provide clearance. It was in ours.
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