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Old 04-26-2019, 01:07 PM   #1
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New to HTT, need some help

The family and I had an older pop up camper that my wife's parent's passed to us. We used it for several years and loved camping but not the pop up part of it as much. We found a great deal on an older hybrid (2000-2001 Camplite Ultra Travel Trailer 21CD is the only info we have on it). We purchased it from an acquaintance who only used it once or twice.
I've tried watching videos and reading articles online about TTs so I can be prepared for our first trip over Memorial Day. But I need some help.

1. I can't seem to find any gauges that let me know about black water/gray water tank levels. Or even a gauge for my water tank. Nor can I find anything that tells me how much those tanks can hold. I believe my water tank is 28 gallons.

2. I can't seem to find the gray water valve to empty. I see what I think is the black water valve but can't tell if it also switches to gray water tank too. Could it be possible that I only have one tank for the both?

3. I believe the person who I bought the HTT from, winterized the camper. I pulled the black water tank lever and heard some liquid. The cap was still on the outlet so nothing came out. When i go to de-winterize it, is that liquid safe to empty onto my driveway?

I haven't been able to find any documentation about our HTT, and it seems that the company (Damon?) was bought out by another company.
Any help would be great. I can post pictures if necessary.
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Old 04-29-2019, 04:35 AM   #2
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1st, there is nothing in a black or grey water tank that would be safe to dump on your driveway. I suppose short of hauling it to a dump station you could catch it carefully in a pail and dump it in a toilet. RUBBER UP first, eye protection and all.....
2nd, google is your friend, if you cannot find a user manual for it, whatever it is does not exist.��
3rd, look at the tanks, no wires coming of the side of them then no gages. If there are wires there ought to be gages.
Good luck, enjoy the experience.
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Old 05-01-2019, 12:46 PM   #3
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1st, there is nothing in a black or grey water tank that would be safe to dump on your driveway. I suppose short of hauling it to a dump station you could catch it carefully in a pail and dump it in a toilet. RUBBER UP first, eye protection and all.....
2nd, google is your friend, if you cannot find a user manual for it, whatever it is does not exist.��
3rd, look at the tanks, no wires coming of the side of them then no gages. If there are wires there ought to be gages.
Good luck, enjoy the experience.
Thanks for the response.
I want to clarify. I was speaking about the pink RV antifreeze that is currently in the lines(and I assume tanks). The previous owner said he winterized it with that stuff and I need to de-winterize it. Is the pink stuff non-toxic/safe for emptying on the driveway. I've read elsewhere that it is.

I've searched Google and called a local RV sales place. No luck. It doesn't exist.
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