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Old 04-01-2014, 07:32 AM   #29
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My roadside area was screwed shut along one edge but it was obvious it was also hinged. The screws are gone now and a latch installed below out of site. This gives me access to the tank flush device which plugged up with paper. Drilling larger holes solved that issue but still did little to clean the sensors. Those things drive me crazy.

Solution: Installed another sprayer on the passenger side right over the sensors. They get sprayed off every dump cycle and have had no issues at all.

As for seeing behind things, in some cases you can stick a small camera in the area and snap some photos. I used to inspect tough places in my airplane this way.
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Old 05-19-2014, 02:13 PM   #30
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Well, I just finished 'fixing' the sprayer in the black tank. They are right that the panel has to be removed, almost. I found that I could get the panel mostly loose and use a stubby Phillips to get the spray head out. It had three holes plugged with silicone from the original installation so I drilled the holes out larger so that it works now. All in all it took me about three hours from start to finish. Thanks to everyone that helped me on this problem if anyone is still following this thread.


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