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Old 12-29-2017, 07:18 AM   #1
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27RBHSS Grey water question

So the manual doesn’t state.. Are 1 or 2 grey tanks? My 2018 on the panel shows grey 1 and grey 2, one reads 2/3 full other reads 1/3 full but I can’t findd anything anywhere that talks about 2 grey tanks?? I would think if it were a dummy indication light (for. Larger unit) it would read empty all the time.

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Old 12-31-2017, 10:02 AM   #2
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The plumbing diagram I have for a 27RBDS, shows tank 1 being fed by the kitchen sink and tank 2 fed by the shower and lavatory sink.
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Old 01-01-2018, 10:51 AM   #3
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Yeah that’s what I saw too, just strange to have two indicators and the read different. I could understand if they read the same or “tank 2” was always empty. Eventually tank 2 did get to 2/3 just like tank 1.. I didn’t go to full on either . I’ll ask the tech when it goes back in. They’ve got a few minor cosmetic things to do and the parts are in.
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Old 01-01-2018, 05:58 PM   #4
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Here's one of the diagrams I have.

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Old 01-09-2018, 07:06 PM   #5
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wonder if they have a sensor at the front and middle.. I'll ask the service tech when its in for service.
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Old 01-11-2018, 07:28 AM   #6
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So there are (2) grey tanks. I contacted the factory and they responded promptly!
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Old 01-11-2018, 07:39 AM   #7
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As shown in the diagram I posted there are two drain valves, so there are two tanks. Good you got your clarification.
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Old 06-19-2018, 03:52 PM   #8
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Hi, Larry here. We are anxiously awaiting delivery of our 2019 27RBDS and just joined this forum, glad we did! Your question and subject responses were very interesting, learned a lot even before getting our trailer. What are your impressions of your unit after having owned it for a while now? Any other unique tidbits you can pass on about this Minnie Plus?

Our unit has 50 amp service / pre-wired for bedroom AC. Have you found a need for second AC?
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Old 06-20-2018, 11:36 AM   #9
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Hi, Larry here. We are anxiously awaiting delivery of our 2019 27RBDS and just joined this forum, glad we did! Your question and subject responses were very interesting, learned a lot even before getting our trailer. What are your impressions of your unit after having owned it for a while now? Any other unique tidbits you can pass on about this Minnie Plus?

Our unit has 50 amp service / pre-wired for bedroom AC. Have you found a need for second AC?
Hi Larry,
Congrats on the purchase! I'll be completely honest, I'm still on the fence with how satisfied I am with the camper. Don’t get me wrong, we’ve enjoyed our camper the 3 times that we’ve had it out. It tows great, easy to set up, great curb appeal, great standard features, comfort and ergonomics. I looked at other brands and the frame’s look like they were welded by untrained personnel, so good frame and appropriate size axles. I think overall they have a great exterior package.

I did have a few things that the dealer had to fix that were on the original punch list on the walk through, no big deal. Before I brought it in for service (2 trips) I did notice a few other things, those were repaired too. But that being said, the interior trim is flimsy/cheap. I know that’s the same as every other TT, most of that is cost yet they will also state saves weight.. I also have to take it back again after our next trip for them to look at something with the roof. No leaks or anything like that but I noticed something that appears to be coming loose under the membrane. (So again, assembly issue or quality of parts?) So from a comfort/ergonomic/feature/towability factor I give it a thumbs up. Quality of materials for trim, assembly (behind the panels), things you can’t see unless you open + inspect, maybe better than other manufactures but not “high quality”.

I did insulate the storage box in the front as that is directly under the master bedroom. I also got the insulated “plugs” that go in the air-vents & skylights, camped in the COLD and this really helped. I am sure will help in the heat too. I also went underneath and painted anything on the trailer frame that was scratched or exposed. Also took every service access panel off and checked everything I could, just as a precaution.. Did some wire-cleanup and minor tweaking..

As for the AC, so I have the 15K btu and so far no issues with cooling the camper. I would have rather had the 50amp, but our was on the lot had the 30 amp and we got a great deal.. Not sure where you’re at, I’m in Florida and it’s already in the mid 90’s. Yesterday I actually was doing some cooling tests with the AC and I had the thermostat set to 76 and in the master bedroom it was 77.. I adjusted the “quick cool” slide on the AC to less than 50% shut and it actually evened out the temp in both rooms.

One other thing, I got the Anderson Leveler system in the tote bag and it was worth EVERY PENNY! I can set the camper up by myself in 20 min, they are GREAT.
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Larry, got 16+k miles and make trips with it 12+ times a year. I've add some mods to make life easier and very much enjoy our unit.
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Fresh water and grey water capacities are the limiting factors for boondocking.
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