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Old 04-17-2020, 03:48 PM   #1
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Valtera Sewer System Problem w/'68 Overlander

Dear Forum,
I purchased a Valtera SewerSystem before noticing there was a 2nd small drainage hole a few inches from the blackwater Exit Hook Up.

Has anyone come up with solution to work around this 2nd internal drainage hole so I dont blow black water throughout our all of our lovely '68 Overlanders water lines? (I assume this 2nd smaller drainage is some sort of overflow for gray water?)

Phone "should be attached"

Thanks again for all the help
Billt
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That is the grey water drain there is no grey water tank on your model !
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The smaller pipe is the grey water drain.
Back in the day grey water just ran out on the ground. There was no dump valve on the grey water piping.
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With no valve and a straight shot, the jet will generate about 3-6 inches of water column so there is no chance of backing up enough to even get into the shower so you should not have to worry about it. Backwash away!
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Thanks Brian!
Well....given I have more time on my hands than Im use to... looks like its going to be a "flushing" weekend !
Thanks and stay healthy (as I talk about messing around with all sort of parasites ! lol)
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