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Old 07-04-2022, 09:34 PM   #1
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San I Flush valve? Where?

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Where is the check valve for the black water tank San U Flush system?
Up in the wall?
Access how?
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Often they are in the back corner of a cabinet under a sink. Or it may be under a cabinet that has drawers, where you can remove the drawer to access it. It should not be "in" a wall, as they do need to be serviced, sometimes.
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You might still be able to get the plumbing diagrams fro that year/mode. Contact REV customer service for them.
That said, on my '16 Bounder the line goes from the wet bay through the floor up the wall on the inside to a height above the black tank then comes down through the floor and over to the tank and swan valves.
On my diagram
"LOCATE BREAKER VALVE
BEHIND TOP RIGHTHAND
DRESSER DRAWER.
FASTEN TO SIDEWALL"
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