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Old 08-01-2016, 03:12 PM   #15
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2005 31' Classic
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I am about to work on my leaking black tank valve. I thank everyone who has contributed to this and other related threads.

I am about to cut an access panel so I can work on the valves and plumbing. How large a hole should I cut? Maybe there is not a finite answer other than "big enough" to get at things.

What about the supports/bolts between the dump valves? Should my replacement panel attach to a remaining part of this?

I see that a nipper is suggested as a good tool for the cut. Is there clearance for a small power saw with metal cutting blade? I will start investigating it all.

Thanks for your advice!

2005 31' Classic


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