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Old 05-14-2017, 12:54 PM   #1
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Rear bathroom ?..

Does the grey water and black water go in the same tank in the half bath in the garage on a 3600 ? There is only one valve for dumping the rear.
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There should be two tanks. One handle is by the valve and the other is above the middle tire, both on driver's side. At least on the 3990. Should be the same.
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I thought the one above the middle tire was for the kitchen . I believe the ones in the wet bay are for the front bath grey and black. Is the one in the rear by the valve for black water? Maybe the grey for back bath goes in the kitchen.
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Wet bay is for front bath and washer. Back bath has it's own black. Kitchen and back bath share a grey.
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The wet bay valves are for front bath and washer. The back bath has it's own black. The kitchen and back bath share a grey.
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The wet bay valves are for front bath and washer. The back bath has it's own black. The kitchen and back bath share a grey.
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Actually, I think the setup is model specific. On my 3200, the wet bay valves are for bath black & grey tanks... with the rear grey valve serving the kitchen sink & washer/dryer drain.
(I don't have a rear bath, so can't help you there)

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Our 3800 has the wet bay front bath black and grey, middle grey for kitchen sink, and the back black is for both black and grey on rear bathroom...
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That's what I was thinking the situation was.
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Our 3800 has the wet bay front bath black and grey, middle grey for kitchen sink, and the back black is for both black and grey on rear bathroom...
Your grey goes into the black for your rear bath? Positive? I've been thinking that my rear bath sink and kitchen sink went to the same tank. I'll have to do a test next time I go out. Interesting.
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I doubt grey and black are ever mixed. Our 3950 (2 bath) has the front toilet and bath (shower and sink) pulls in the wet bay. The kitchen and 1/2 bath sink are connected (drain handle between tires on street side) and drain thru the forward drain- street side. 1/2 bath toilet drain and pull are below the 1/2 bath street side.
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That's what I thought. That is how my 3990 is. Didn't think they would plumb them together, but who knows?
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That's what I thought. That is how my 3990 is. Didn't think they would plumb them together, but who knows?
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I have seen it done on more than one. Airstream being one.

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On my 3600 the rear bath's black and gray go into the same tank and the dump station and valve are behind the rear wheel. The kitchen sink goes into it's own gray tank and is emptied through the front dump station and has it's own dump valve in front of the front tire. There are no dump valves in between the tires as has been suggested. The front black and gray tanks from the master bathroom have valves in the water compartment.
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