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Old 05-30-2020, 05:41 PM   #1
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Need help with this pic

We ran over a wild hog and it broke this is it a cover that is over the holding tanks or is it the holding tank
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Old 05-30-2020, 05:50 PM   #2
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OUCH! Unfortunately, that is the holding tank. If it's just the corner, you might be able to patch it up. I would have to defer to someone with more knowledge on tank repairs though.
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Old 05-30-2020, 05:57 PM   #3
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Thank you for the reply.
I was afraid of that we haven't used the plumbing yet. This is only the 3rd time taking it out since we got it.
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Which tank was it? Black or gray? If it was the black tank, at least you can still shower and wash dishes using the gray tank until repairs are made. Just do your business in campground facilities. Tape it up good to keep water and "things" out.
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Sent some pic's I thought to this reply it looks like the small pipe comes out of this one which I guess would be the gray tank the larger pipe goes up in to the trailer I think the black tank might be under the toilet inside the trailer .
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Old 05-30-2020, 07:20 PM   #6
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Had to get a new stabilizer jack to for the front the hog bent the crap out of it. We were on a dark road in the middle of nowhere in TX. Didn't see it till it was to late to stop. At least it was already dead in the road so we didn't kill it. Found out what we hit by calling our daughter and she said her boyfriend hit it too.
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First off, Welcome!

Your holding tank can be repaired. The cost is not that high to repair it, but it will take some time. The tank is made from ABS plastic that can be solvent welded/cemented to seal the pieces back together. There are also resin kits to patch very large holes.

Many club members have done this before. This link will take you a recent post talking about ABS plastic repair and repairing a tank. There are links off this post to more detial. https://www.sunlineclub.com/forums/f...tml#post151851

If you scroll down some more, to post # 12 & 14, there is also a post by jim44646 that talks about the resin kit with pics.

The tank in this pic of yours, and if this is the cracked tank, appears to be the gray water tank which collects the sink and shower drain water. The smaller 1 1/2" discharge pipe is on the gray. The black tank for the toilet has a 3" drain port.


This picture shows what looks like flashing around the toilet drain pipe.


This may be a separate issue, I cannot tell without more pics of the other end of that larger drain pipe. It appears that something may have yanked hard on that pipe and pulled the flashing loose from the bottom of the camper. By the looks of the dirt marks on the bottom of the camper, this flashing separation has been on going a long time. It may have been done long before you bought the camper.

Check the fit of the pipe fitting to the toilet that it is tight and check the other end of the piping after that elbow. There may or may not be damage to it. Can't tell from this one pic. After you confirm the pipe and toilet connection is OK, then try and straighten out the flashing and reattach it to the bottom of the camper.

Let us know if you need more help.

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Just an update. Here it is 7 years later, don't seem that long, my black tank repair patch is still holding like when I did the patch. Any questions just ask.
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