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Old 01-23-2012, 01:35 PM   #1
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drain dirty water - helpful hints please

I have a 1972 Holiday Rambler travel trailer, and we can not figure out where to access the drain for the dirty water tank. Helpful hints, please!

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Howdy midwife and welcome to the forum. I don't know anything about the 1972 HR, but for clarification sake, do you mean the gray water (sinks/shower) or the black water (sewer) tank?

ETA: Hmmm, it appears your TT may only have one wastewater tank. See this thread on another network... http://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fu...d/25219095.cfm

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It is probably going to be some where outside close to where your bathroom is. You might look underneath and see if you can find a big tank and follow the large pipes.
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try looking under the bathroom campers during that time usually just mounted the toilet to the black water tank and dumped the graywater on the ground
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