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Old 10-27-2014, 12:09 AM   #1
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Two Grey Water Tanks

How do you empty both grey water tanks? Looks like there is only one dump hose. Do you have to hook up a Y hose connector to drain both of them or just move the hose to the rear drain?
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Old 10-27-2014, 12:51 AM   #2
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How do you empty both grey water tanks? Looks like there is only one dump hose. Do you have to hook up a Y hose connector to drain both of them or just move the hose to the rear drain?
What unit do you have? On mine there is a Grey water dump on the control panel where the water hook ups are and there is one just right and above the front drain line which is for the grey water tank connected tho the kitchen sink.

As far as I know the back bathroom all goes to the rear black water tank.
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Old 10-27-2014, 01:09 AM   #3
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You would move the hose to the other gray tank connection in the rear.

You could get another hose and set up a Y connector, but it is not needed. Actually, I did this, but have only set it up that way once. It wasn't worth the extra time.
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I have two dump stations. One of these days I'll get around to getting a y-adapter. Until then I dump the tanks independently.
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Thanks for the information.
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Our 2014 Voltage Epic 3800 has two grey water tanks. One for the main bathroom and one for the kitchen and garage bathroom.

The one for the main bathroom Y's into the main drain along with the main bathroom black water tank. Both are 3" lines connecting to the single 3" line with the hose connection.

Then, on the last elbow of that drain line is a 1 1/2" runner that connects to the other grey water tank.

The trailer has two "dump" connections. The front is for the main bath black and grey and the kitchen grey. The rear is for the garage bathroom black water tank.

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