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Old 10-07-2016, 03:17 PM   #1
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2011 Zinger 190rds grey water tank size??

I have a 2011 Zinger ZT-190-RDS. I found out this weekend that the grey water tank gauge isn't working....when the bathtub started filling up with water.

From everything I can find published, the 19 rds is supposed to have a 40gal fresh water tank, 40gal grey water tank, and a 40gal black water tank.

When the grey water tank got over full this weekend and started filling up the bathtub, I was able to drain the entire tank into my 27gallon water tote tank...and it filled it right to the top.

Does the 19 rds have a 30 gal grey eater tank and not a 40 gal tank like published??
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Old 04-28-2020, 06:00 PM   #2
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Same problem

I have a new to me 2011 same model. I also met a local person who has the same. All say 40 gallons but I crawled under both and the tanks were identical and only 26 gallons. I wonder what else has been altered from the specifications? I would love to contact you via text or email.
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Old 04-28-2020, 06:52 PM   #3
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Why not just send him a PM? Our forum has that function for members to use.
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Old 04-29-2020, 06:41 AM   #4
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Thank you Lloyd. I didnít know that was an option. I will look for that feature. ❤️
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Click on the user name, it will bring up his profile and the PM option will also be there.
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Old 04-29-2020, 06:46 AM   #6
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I have a 2011 Zinger ZT-190-RDS. I found out this weekend that the grey water tank gauge isn't working....when the bathtub started filling up with water.

From everything I can find published, the 19 rds is supposed to have a 40gal fresh water tank, 40gal grey water tank, and a 40gal black water tank.

When the grey water tank got over full this weekend and started filling up the bathtub, I was able to drain the entire tank into my 27gallon water tote tank...and it filled it right to the top.

Does the 19 rds have a 30 gal grey eater tank and not a 40 gal tank like published??
I have the same 2011 Zinger. I recently purchased and found out the tanks were only 26 gallons not 40 gallons as in all the specs I researched. I also found another owner near me and went under their camper (same model). Theirs had the identical tanks. I wonder what other specifications were altered?
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Well Lloyd, obviously I didn’t figure it out yet. ��
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Well Lloyd, obviously I didnít figure it out yet. ��



I sent you a PM.
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