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J R in Missouri

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Posted: 01/01/20 10:55am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Have control board with a #1 and #2 black tank rocker switch. 1st tank shows empty 2nd shows full. Trying to located pull valve. This is a new to me 2019 Crusader by Forrest River. I am fulltimer in Texas. All help I can get to avoid a bad problem! Thank You !

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What MODEL do you have?

2 waste tanks (1 grey/1 black)....handles for dumping should be in the 'universal docking center'


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I am going to take a stab at this as my Wildcat is built nearly identical to the Crusader, in fact I think in the same building if I'm not mistaken.

Anyway, my black and bath gray tank valve handles are outside underneath and next to each other while the valve for the galley is a few feet further back by itself near the tires. Did you get down and take a good look underneath in both directions?

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After a complete inspection of the underbelly, driver’s side of your Crusader you can’t fine the pull valve?


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Old-Biscuit wrote:

What MODEL do you have?


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Well, any RV is going to have the dump valves on the drivers side of the rig at least here in the US. I'd open every compartment if that's where they are and look under the RV on that side for some big round looking things sticking out.

My Rockwood has 1 black and 2 grey tanks. One grey for the galley sink and the other for the bath sink and shower. The black and bath grey is behind the the trailer axles. The galley grey is in front of the axles.

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Ohhhh, this reminded me of the black and grey being cross labeled on my fifth wheel. Either the assembly guy made a mistake or he is still laughing about the nut roll he put me in. [emoticon]

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Have same issues with labels being crossed up, but hey they sent me replacements after I sent the dealer a picture, got a feeling it is a warranty and the dealer gets reimbursed for doing the job. Dealer sent them to me as I do not wish to take a 70 mile trip to dealer for it.

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To Old biscuit and Deltabravo This a model 320 Den. A big Thank You to all. Answer to Hammer Boy is yes and Lwiddis I only found 2 pull valves, one in the storage compartment and one under body by the wheels. This sad saga continues JR

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MitchF150 wrote:

Well, any RV is going to have the dump valves on the drivers side of the rig at least here in the US. I'd open every compartment if that's where they are and look under the RV on that side for some big round looking things sticking out.

My Rockwood has 1 black and 2 grey tanks. One grey for the galley sink and the other for the bath sink and shower. The black and bath grey is behind the the trailer axles. The galley grey is in front of the axles.

Good luck!

Mitch

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Wrong answer[emoticon] Here in the USA?????? What does that have to do with it? FYI, there are a few(VERY FEW) that have the Dump handle on the Passenger side and the valve is located there. The ones I have seen the Valve and Handle are located in the Storage compartment. This is usually a 3 tank system and the floorplan design requires the valve placement there. Doug

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