Hello all, looking for some input/advice on replacing holding tank valves.
My greywater valve doesnt work at all. My blackwater valve is real stiff. I have gotten to the point where i have access to the valves and have paused to gather some info on how to proceed.
Here is what i giving me pause. The following pictures show my greywater valve:
Greywater valve picture 1
Greywater Valve picture 2
Greywater Valve picture 3
Does this whole white piece get removed or taken apart during the replacement?
As picture 3 shows part of the housing of it passes through a hole in the support beam to the holding tank is is secured there. The screws to take this piece apart are also on that side where it is very difficul to get at.
The new valves i have looked at, at the RV supply store look very dissimilar from this. In fact they look like a single door piece that would fit inside that white housing shown in the pictures.
I'm not to worried about the other plumbing aspects of this endeavor but i want to make sure i get the valves right. Wether it is a specific brand type or generic valve that can work to replace it as long as i can keep my greywater from running out on the ground while camping and avoiding the following embarassment would be great.
My trailer is a '78 Argosy Minuet 20'. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I tried a search but i didnt get, or missed what i was looking for.