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Old 04-05-2021, 06:25 PM   #1
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Cables are getting stiff an I need to locate the black and gray tank valves. Could be the cables or the slide valves. Obviously underbelly is covered and my handles are in a small door on outside. I read if you pull the plastic down it never goes back up tight like original. Was thinking I would window it and fold down for access. Easier to place back it seems. Hoping someone could tell me where to window it. Thanks
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Cables are getting stiff an I need to locate the black and gray tank valves. Could be the cables or the slide valves. Obviously underbelly is covered and my handles are in a small door on outside. I read if you pull the plastic down it never goes back up tight like original. Was thinking I would window it and fold down for access. Easier to place back it seems. Hoping someone could tell me where to window it. Thanks
I had to work on my valves. I looked in the basement wall for an ideal where the tanks were located. I then removed a couple of screws and used an inspection camera to find the valve. Once I located the valve I cut a 3 sided access panel close to where I thought the valves are. I cut a 3'x3' panel and left the hinge side toward the front of the trailer. After repairs I used Gorilla tape to secure it back. I have known others to use a piece of 1x6 board to make it stronger.
Even the cheap $30 cameras from a place like Menards are handy for this stuff.
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