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Old 03-28-2020, 04:54 PM   #1
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Black Tank Vent

Hoping someone can help. We have a 2018 Cedar Creek 36ck2. There are two roof vents . One forward one aft. Which one is for the black tank? Thanks for any help...
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I suggest you use a hose or a big watering can and put some water down one of the vents (with both gray and black tanks empty.) Then, open the dump valves one at a time and see which tank drains out the added water. Note the answer, and you now know which s which.
Good luck, and maybe I'll se you down the road.
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Just call the cedar creek manufacturer with your vin number. They will tell you.
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Pull the vent cover off and sniff.....
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Will make the call tomorrow. Better than pulling all the roof vents off and sniffing around. Thanks all....
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You probably have gravity feed toilet, meaning that tank is straight down from the toilet. The vent near the toilet location is your black tank vent.
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You probably have gravity feed toilet, meaning that tank is straight down from the toilet. The vent near the toilet location is your black tank vent.
X2-They don't use more material than needed so they are going to run the pipe as close to straight up to the roof as they can from the black tank. Filthy Beast hit it on the bullseye.
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