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Old 04-09-2008, 12:24 PM   #1
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What year did AS start putting in the Gray water tanks?
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Old 04-09-2008, 12:30 PM   #2
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1973 in some models, and all had some kind of grey tank by 1974.
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Old 04-10-2008, 06:18 AM   #3
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1973 in some models, and all had some kind of grey tank by 1974.
Do you know where they placed the gray tank>
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Old 04-10-2008, 06:26 AM   #4
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The placement of the tanks varied by model. In 1973 AS began using a center bath and also a rear bath design. Use the search function in the blue tabs at the top of the page to search for threads about adding a gray tank.
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Silverhobby, I found some great info and have printed it for hubby. Does anyone have a floor plan with plumbing for the 31' rear bathroom. Probably the 1970 as they will be closer to the 1969 floor plans, just getting ideas on how the plumbing was routed with the gray tank.

Thanks to all for your input.
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Silverhobby, I found some great info and have printed it for hubby. Does anyone have a floor plan with plumbing for the 31' rear bathroom. Probably the 1970 as they will be closer to the 1969 floor plans, just getting ideas on how the plumbing was routed with the gray tank.

Thanks to all for your input.
I have one for our 74, it has a grey tank, I can copy it and post it here if you like.
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I have one for our 74, it has a grey tank, I can copy it and post it here if you like.
Please do. Thanks CJ
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Please do. Thanks CJ
My first attempt to use our scanner with my new Thinkpad met with failure. Seems the scanner doesn't play with Windows Vista. Whenever we get a scanner that will work with our new computers, I'll post the pic of the plumbing...Sigh...
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have you downloaded a vista driver for that scanner?
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have you downloaded a vista driver for that scanner?
It isn't available. It is "end of life" and no new or updated drivers will be released for it. Guess I should have used it more when it was new...
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I know this an older post but I would love to see that floor plan also. You can use microsoft document image scanner with windows vista and it should scan even if you don't have the right drivers. My sacanner has the same problem but I manage to make due just don't have some of the features. Hope this helps.
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