Removing black and grey water valves on '96 34'
Guys, I need some advice, I have a broken (cracked) Thetford valve on the black water tank. My repair guy said it would be major to remove the valve, as it's glued into the black water tank.
If it is glued in, why is there a heavy duty clamp where the valve body connects to the tank. It looks to me if the clamp is removed, on both the black and grey water tanks, after the valves are taken apart the entire plumbing should come out, and the valve bodies, connected to the tank should be able to be removed.....
I've done a lot of stuff to Airstreams, but this is a new one for me....advice is welcome....
Old age is coming at a really bad time!
1996 34' Excella 1000, interior totally redone, 2003 Dodge/Cummins HO, U.S. Gear exhaust brake, Diablo tuner, 115 gallon aux fuel, Bedslide, Airsafe/Reese Dual Cam, and a bunch of other stuff