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Old 09-18-2017, 04:32 PM   #11
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Glad to hear it worked out for you. When I winterize, I also put some olive oil in the toilet. Won't dissipate and will keep the seal soft.
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Old 11-08-2017, 09:11 PM   #12
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I saw this video today on sewer valves. It looks like a good idea. https://youtu.be/2GDErKY05-8
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I saw this video today on sewer valves. It looks like a good idea. https://youtu.be/2GDErKY05-8
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that is a great tip and would work great on my old rig, valves under the belly pan, but on the new rig will have to drop the belly pan to get at the valves...With that being said still better than having to replace the valves...
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SleepyT, my valves failed on the last trip out (wouldn't close & seal properly). I found the cables at a RV surplus shop as well as electric valves. I'm having my valves replaced with DrainMaster valves (not Valterra).

I'm like you, I didn't much want to pull the belly liner down to oil the valves or to replace them for that matter.
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