Two, Or One Sewer Vent Stacks - That Is The Question
2005 KS. OK, this is nuts. Sure wish I had a plumbing diagram for this coach. Decided today that I would change the two sewer vent covers on the roof. I figured one was for the gray tank, one for the black tank. Off came the one and the new went on with no issues. Off came the second, excuse me, there was not even a hole underneath it. It was just a vent cover screwed to the roof. Did they forget to drill out the hole? Was there a sewer vent stack underneath it? Since I've never had any kind of smell in the coach I wasn't about to go drilling a hole in the roof to try and discover what was there. So for now I've just filled in the screw holes. Anyone ever run into this? Should there be a sewer vent stack under the second cap? Or could it be that the gray and black come together and go out the one sewer vent stack that is there?
On The Road Of Retirement
2005 Newmar Kountry Star