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Old 05-31-2023, 09:42 AM   #1
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Grey Water Drain leaking

2018 Ventana 3436, After dewinterizing RV and prepping for our first shake down trip nearby, my wife noticed a drip from the wet bay drain, but inside was dry, grabbed the flashlight and found this behind the wet bay WET. It's at the dealer getting looked at. anyone have this issue, what was your resolution, depending if it's the tank or fittings could be a bigger problem.
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Old 05-31-2023, 12:14 PM   #2
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It looks like a drip there on the bottom of the 3”(?) to 2”(?) transition, and it’s has been leaking there before as you can see a dirt track down the side of the pipe? from the white flange.

The while flange looks split in line of where the drip track follows.

Don’t think it’s going to be an easy fix depending on how that pipe connects to the slide gate.
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If it were mine- I would clean that area up with a good solvent- Tylene or Zylen - dry it off with a hair dryer & use All Purpose PVC, ABS cement on the crack - 2 or 3 coats with 30 minute dry time between coats. This may seal it up. Worth a try before a very expensive repair.

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