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Old 08-05-2019, 09:28 AM   #1
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Holding Tank Diagrams - 2001 Monarch 34PBD

Anyone know how to obtain some holding tank/plumbing diagrams/drawings? I have a 2001 Monarch 34PBD, have a black tank dump valve that leaks, and lately I have also been noticing a somewhat offensive odor coming from somewhere... doesn't even stink when you are in the bathroom, it is noticeable just from the hallway/bedroom areas, so I think maybe black tank is backing up into gray line or something, but can't figure out how to even reach the valve to replace.
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I am responding from my phone, so I can’t easily look up other posts I have made on this topic. Here’s the short version: If your valves are cable-actuated, go to the passenger side of the coach. Open the bay door opposite the wet bay. On coaches like ours, that would be the battery bay. There may be another compartment behind that same bay door. If so, look at the top of that compartment for a removable panel.
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Found it - thanks! Hopefully my torso can fit in the hole

Not sure if the rubber sheet that is screwed down is meant to be an access panel or what, if it is I still have to crawl in there to take the screws out to get it off!

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I am responding from my phone, so I canít easily look up other posts I have made on this topic. Hereís the short version: If your valves are cable-actuated, go to the passenger side of the coach. Open the bay door opposite the wet bay. On coaches like ours, that would be the battery bay. There may be another compartment behind that same bay door. If so, look at the top of that compartment for a removable panel.
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I barely fit through the hatch on our coach. I have to put the tools in, then my arms, then my chest. I put a kneeling pad on the floor of the storage bay. That's the only way I can get far enough inside the space to reach the valves.

I did not remove the plastic cover. By its location, I suspect it allows access to the in-tank fuel pump.

I altered the black- and grey-water sewer piping to eliminate the valve cables. Hopefully, this should also eliminate the need to go through that hatch again. If you are interested in the details, send me a private message about that.
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