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Old 11-20-2018, 03:05 PM   #15
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I have the same couch as you do. My sprayer flush stopped passing water instantly making me to belief it is the vacuum breaker check valve malfunction. I have yet to find where that sucker is located. I suspect it could be behind the shower wall where there is no access unless you take the shower out. Thanks to Waco Kid for letting us know how to access the sprayer nozzle. If anyone finds where the valve is in this model couch, please let us know.
As for your black tank flush vacuum breaker, look in your bathroom vanity, up high, behind the sink.
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I've crawled in behind both sinks, removed panels and no Vacuum valve. Also no panel with four screws on the left side of the hutch to access shower controls. Guess I might have to get the chainsaw out!! LOL
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They must have changed the floorplan on the PDQ models between 07 and 08, as my shower backs against the bedroom wall, and the access panel to the shower valve is in the bedroom.
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