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Old 08-05-2016, 03:03 PM   #15
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I got valves and spigot adapters on eBay

Vales from rvgod eBay seller name

spigots from circle_k_rv_parts_and_accessories

You need 4 spigot adapters, one for each side of each valve.

Shop harder you can get valves for less than $18
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Old 08-05-2016, 03:15 PM   #16
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Not to forget but you will need a new sewer termination adapter hose connection, I chose to go with a Valterra style over the existing Thetford. Most modern rigs use the thetford. Part number T1029-2

From eBay seller schmukalyn $6.80 shipped

And a 3" bayonet sewer cap part number T1020, I got mine on eBay from camperparts123_jrshanon1 cost $4.69 shipped

I shopped hard on eBay for best price with free shipping. All parts from different sellers. No loyalty on my part. I will say that all shipped really fast and the parts were as described.
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Old 08-05-2016, 03:19 PM   #17
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I used a silicon type sealer, not caulk, at tank connections. I had it on hand in the shop.
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Thanks for your help ! ! !

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1 Tank Leak sealer? (
Is there any such animal and what is the product name?
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Is there any such animal and what is the product name?
I did not mean that I know of such a product. These were just guesses by friends on what the substance MIGHT be
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Old 08-15-2016, 10:24 AM   #21
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More work

After re assembly of waste valves and cleaning of black tank rinse, I found a leak at the steel nipple that connects the gray nylon interior piping with the tank rinse outside hose connection.
This nipple was leaking at the threads where it connected to nylon. I had to remove bathroom counter top, and cabient shelf to get access to the fitting. The nipple was so short that just getting ahold of the nylon nut was damm near impossible.

I have included pictures of the parts I removed. First picture shows the whole assembly, piping, vacum breaker and back flow preventer.

2nd picture shows corrosion on pipe nipple, this is where leak was.

3rd picture show detail of vacum breaker and back flow preventer.

I installed a longer nipple and used thread sealer on reassembly.

Result, leak is fixed.

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Picture of tank rinser plumbing re-installed inside bath cabinet.
Ready for re-installation of cabinet shelf, counter, sink and faucet. Nylon nut on gray piping is now clear of wall. It was inside the wall before I did repair.
The black pipe is the sink drain leading to gray water tank
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