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Old 04-13-2021, 05:47 PM   #1
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Wildwood 240BHXL Grey Tanks

We have a 2021 Wildwood that comes with two grey tanks and one black tank. The gauge read outs are for Grey, Galley and Black. The way the plumbing looks we assumed the Galley was for the kitchen sink only and the gray was for the bathroom basin and shower. But we noticed that the galley went from empty on the gauge to 2/3 full quite quickly. At the same time we saw the grey tank gauge didn't move quickly. Come to find out that the kitchen sink and bathroom basin go to one grey tank and the shower goes to the other. Each tank is suppose to be 30 gallons. So I decided to see what the gauges were actually telling us. This is what I found after measuring the actual water in and checking the gauges.

GALLEY (Kitchen sink & bathroom basin)

empty = 30 gallons left
1/3 full = 23 gallons left
2/3 full = 16 gallons left
Full = 3 gallons left

GREY (Shower)

empty = 30 gallons left
1/3 full = 24 gallons left
2/3 full = 18 gallons left
Full = 3 gallons left
Bob & Susan
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I have the Wildwood 263BJXL and literally discovered that this past weekend as far as the tank setup. Surprised me in regards to the layout of the trailer.
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