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Old 07-25-2018, 11:55 AM   #1
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1990 25' Excella
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Fresh water tank repair and rebuild black and grey water valves

Hello, I'm getting ready to drop the bottom pans on a 1990 25' Excella that my parents special ordered new. Full bed in the back. I inherited it after they passed and have been family camping in it for 10 years. Any tricks or must/should do advice before I put it up on jack stands? Fresh water runs out the bottom right away and the black water valve has a very slow drip... Thanks!
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