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Old 05-28-2021, 01:32 PM   #15
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I have a question: With the slide fully open, could you remove the P-trap and slide a camera on a wire to see what is happening? I saw these devices at Harbor Freight last week.

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you could try that but the stuff they make you drink the night before is kinda rough!
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Old 05-28-2021, 02:24 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by LETMGROW View Post
you could try that but the stuff they make you drink the night before is kinda rough!
Well, everyone complains about the prep. The prep is absolutely nothing when compared to chemo and radiation therapy if you donít do it.

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Old 05-30-2021, 12:41 PM   #17
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Embarrassing update: I've been having tank sensor problems which I was trying to resolve w/TankTechsRX based on a rec by NIRVC. Part of that was trying to keep black water tank as full as possible for the stuff to do it's magic. So, at one point I drained the gray water tank but not the black water tank. That is when the sinks & shower clogged up. Talked to Kelly & PJ ay Entegra. Following their instructions, I drained the black water tanks, then the gray water tank. Sinks drained. Problem solved. Once again, another in a long list of operator errors...
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Old 06-10-2021, 03:44 PM   #18
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This is from the bathroom sink, but the kitchen sink is also a black one like this. You can shake it and see if if the ball is free. The screw in replacements are $6. at Lowe's The Studor valves, an upgrade, are $25.

If the slow drain just started, unlikely a kink, unless hoses were messed with in the slide. The vent valves are a common problem, they can stick open and allowing sewer gas into the coach, or stick close causing the drain not to vent and water drain slow. Nice part, it's easy to check, unscrew the valve, fill the sink with water and see if it drains
If the P trap was clean, unlikely a clog unless something large went past the P trap.

Thanks Chuck,

Went to Lowes and got the $7 version. Seems to have fixed the problem of slow draining kitchen sink.

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Old 06-10-2021, 05:59 PM   #19
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Thanks Chuck,

Went to Lowes and got the $7 version. Seems to have fixed the problem of slow draining kitchen sink.

Glad it worked, I carry a spare for that reason, if a bathroom one sicks open, that one you'll want to change immediately.
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