Originally Posted by RVCRUISER34
My cable to the grey water is extremely hard to pull in and out also. Trying to find at home projects for the time being. I crawled under my Cruiser Aire 2013 yesterday and after probing around. I came to the same conclusion of using the T-58 valve. I'll just keep the grey water open but still open and close the black water. The T-58 is a quick and easy fix for now, I don't want to start cutting and taping the underbelly cover.
If it were me, I wouldn't cut the membrane. I know it seems like daunting task to drop
the membrane. It really isn't as bad as a person thinks it is.
If you don't know where the valve is located for sure, try feeling around to locate it. Then drop a small area so you can look around in there. Once you know where it's located, then you can decide how much has to come down.
You might not have to drop very much to work on it. Worse case is, you might have to talk the wife into helping you hold it back up till you get it started back in place.