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Old 08-29-2016, 06:35 AM   #43
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Sewer Odor While Showering - Fixed

Got the coach back from the dealer Saturday and so far the sewer smell has not returned. The work order stated that 2 of the AAV's were changed and the gray tank was not venting thru the cap. They raised the roof vent and replaced the cap. Hopefully the problem is fixed. Thanks to all for their comments.
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Got the coach back from the dealer Saturday and so far the sewer smell has not returned. The work order stated that 2 of the AAV's were changed and the gray tank was not venting thru the cap. They raised the roof vent and replaced the cap. Hopefully the problem is fixed. Thanks to all for their comments.
Hopefully it's fixed. If raising the vent doesn't do the trick, then this would definitely be a time to replace the cap with a cyclone or some kind of solar-powered vent cap to help facilitate the air movement through the tank and up the vent.
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