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Old 07-12-2021, 09:00 PM   #57
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The Nibco caps are the same, on the outside of the coach and the inside of the coach. The rubber caps can replace the Nibco caps. I was just stating that a regular PVC cap will not work on the inboard side as the ends are not flat.

To replace the assembly obviously make sure the macerator tank is as empty as possible. Open the 3" drain on the bottom of the coach to fully drain the tank. When you loosen the clamps on the rubber connectors, there may be a little water left in these connections.

Once the clamps are loose, you can start removing the pipes from the rubber connectors. After you get the pipes out of the way, you can remove the 8 screws holding the tank to the metal frame. You can use a jigsaw with a metal cutting blade to cut the metal angle. This will allow you to bend the angle towards you. Once you get it pulled out where it will stay, you can get the tank out the top. Not easy, but it will come out.

You need to cut the wires. Be sure to leave yourself plenty for reconnecting later.

I did replace the blade valves. Now is the time to do this. Once the tank is out of the way, you can do any required cleanup of spilled liquids.

Now glue the cap on the inboard side of the tank. Reverse the removal process to reinstall the new tank assembly. Once the tank is in place, push the angle back in place. Reinstall the 8 screws.

I hope this is clear enough. If not PM me for any questions.

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Gary, where is the San icon macerator tank motor relay??
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In my coach the relay hangs down from a short cable bundle hanging from the basement ceiling.

On my coach, to see it, I have to remove the removable panel in the wet bay and once removed it is hanging in the front center of the space just behind the removable panel in the wet bay.

I show a clear picture of the relay and socket in the first post in the attached link: https://www.irv2.com/forums/f278/mac...nt-485282.html

The relay is black plastic and it fits into a socket which is also black plastic.

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