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Old 01-01-2014, 12:56 PM   #1
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Location of holding tanks

I have a 1987 Excella, 32' with center bath, twin beds and dinnette. Can anyone help me determine the locations of the fresh water, black and gray holding tanks? I would really appreciate it. Also, when hooked up to city water, is there any way the fresh water tank could be filling up?
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Old 01-01-2014, 01:33 PM   #2
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Should be easy to locate as they big black tanks under your trailer and in most cases in the center to keep weight balanced between axels. You should have a fresh water inlet that has a locking panel over it that will lead to the tank. The black water tank should be connected to the dump valve/ outlet that connects to sewer. Since fresh water is filled separately from the outside it's unlikely that water from your city water connection would get into the tank. There is a connection point that the water pump pushes water from the tank into the water system but there should be a check valve that restricts back flow. You'll probably get some great advice from someone that has the same trailer.
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Old 01-01-2014, 07:47 PM   #3
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Finally found a leaking T connection near the drain plug by the kitchen, which was allowing water to run on top of the floor but under the carpeting until it found a low place, where it finally soaked up through the carpeting. It is unbelievable how water leaks can confuse one. I was ready to cut access holes in the floor and/or drop the belly pan and fresh water tank, which would have been simply a waste of time. Thank goodness for small miracles! Happy New Years everyone!
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