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Old 07-31-2010, 08:35 PM   #1
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Rexhall gray water tank

Has anyone with a Rexhall had a gray water tank leak? If so who fixed it and how? Since Francisco left Rexhall prefer not to take it there. Mine is leaking and it's a bear to get to let alone get it out.

2005 30' Rexhall Vision, W-22 chassis, 19.5 tires, 208'' factory WB, 6000 CCC
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Old 07-31-2010, 08:43 PM   #2
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Noted in another post that a couple of people used a marine grade expoxy to repair their gray/black tank

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Old 08-01-2010, 02:13 AM   #3
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I used an epoxy, first heat the area with a blow torch be careful to only hold the flame on any one part for .5 second while taking 2seconds about four strokes back and forth, you should also drill both ends of the leak so the crack does not run. after you have done this you need to get sandpaper and sand the area,then use acetone to wash the area and leave to dry before you apply the epoxy. I did this and it worked . wish you the best of luck
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Old 08-01-2010, 01:56 PM   #4
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I misstated the problem. It's not what to use to fix the leak, it's how to get to the tank and remove it. Rexhall puts the tanks gray/black between the rear tires over the axle on WCC chassis. The difficulty is is removing the gray which can only be accessed after removing the black. Removing the black involves the vent, toilet and drain which appear to be doable although not easy. The real problem is with the gray. The shower appears to be glued in placed as well as the drain from kitchen and bath. Cutting isn't a problem reattaching them is. That's where my problem is. Which is why I addressed it to Rexhall owners.
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