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Old 03-25-2015
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Default waste water switch/valve

When dumping my black water tank, the clippard valve (I assume it is a clippard valve) exhausts a steady stream of air out one of the bottom of the valve. The grey water tank valve does not do this. Is this normal? Or does the valve need to be changed out?
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Old 03-26-2015
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Brian try switching your grey and black clippard valves this will tell you if it is the clippard or the Dupree valve. On my 91 it was the Dupree valve . Dennis
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First thing I had to purchase was two Clippard Valves, Straight from Clippard.
The little quill slider valve seem to get loose with the Oring Wear. Do both at the same time. I waited and had to put the other one in about two months later. I just vice-gripped my line but I had to put on new tubing after that. Got myself some quick connects with a capped end for future emergency leaks.
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Oh yea forgot just lift the toggle with a small amout of pressure and it should stop leaking not too far though dont want to dump : )
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Brian, Who is that fellow holding you? : ) Ur a handsome little feller.
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You might try working it on and off and few times. You can order the valves from Clippard. I have replaced one so far.
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