Leaky RV Waste Valve Solved!

Leaky RV Waste Valve Solved

✔️About this Episode:

While emptying our RV waste tanks I noticed that one of our gray tank valves no longer wanted to close all of the way. I had noticed previously that when I connected the sewer hose and opened the main valve there would be liquid indicating one of the tank valves was failing.

Once the gray tank valve started stinking, I realized it was the likely culprit. Come along as I tackle replacing the seals in the waste valve.


Items used/seen in this video

Valterra T1001-9VP Bladex 1-1/2″ Valve Seal with Hardware, (Set of 2)

Valterra T1002-9VP Bladex 2″ Valve Seal with Hardware, (Set of 2)

Valterra T1003-9VP Bladex 3″ Valve Seal with Hardware, (Set of 2)

Lippert 359724 Waste Master RV Sewer Hose System

Camco 20ft Sidewinder RV Sewer Hose Support

Valterra T40 3″ Hub x 3″ Spigot Valve Assembly

Nitrile Gloves – Gloveworks – HD, Disposable, Powder Free, Latex Rubber Free,

2-Pack Lube Tube O-Ring/Gasket Lubricant-Sealant Pool, Spa, Hot Tub

Hopefully this gives you some insight on correcting valve issues you may be having with your RV waste valve.

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