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Old 11-11-2012, 08:23 AM   #1
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Sani Flush leak access

I have just purchased a used 2009 Journey 34y everything is great except when I went to use the sani-flush, clear clean water came out over top of the black tank dripping from the top of the water/ sewer basement and over the passenger side from above the propane tank. I have read all the entries and looked at all winnebago diagrams I can find, it seems the sani flush line goes over the black tank to connect near the toilet/ air vent connections. But I cannot find an access to see if the pipe is broken, disconnected, or if the sprayer is clogged and it is simply backing up a check valve. Any ideas? I will call Winnebago next week but I was hoping someone with a similar model may have the advice I need.

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Old 11-11-2012, 08:29 AM   #2
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Do you have the San-T-Flush? If so, google it and Swan Manufacturing. I called them with a question and they could not have been more helpful.
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Old 11-11-2012, 08:38 AM   #3
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You'll probably have to take panels off to find it.
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There should be a removable panel with screws above the propane tank. Also you should be able to see the vacuum break valve under the cabinet in the bath room just to the left of the sink.
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There should be a removable panel with screws above the propane tank. Also you should be able to see the vacuum break valve under the cabinet in the bath room just to the left of the sink.
thanks it took a while to get both drawers out but there it was (the brass vacuum break) and I pushed everything around to see all the connections but could not see the actual sprayer head connection. however I tested it again to see where it might be leaking with my new view under the sink....and it ran into the black tank fine and no leaks. so maybe something was clogged or stuck and fixed itself. So thanks for advice.

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Old 11-11-2012, 04:02 PM   #6
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You won't see the sprayer, it's in the tank.
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You won't see the sprayer, it's in the tank.
Sure but was looking for where the sani flush pipe actually connected to the tank where the sprayer was to see if it had come loose or was leaking there. Thanks
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Old 11-12-2012, 12:47 PM   #8
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Backflushing/filling is a dangerous thing.
Its easy to turn your toilet into a volcano if you arent paying attention.

Remember, if you have 'liquid' pouring out of your roof vent, do NOT attempt to look into the toilet.
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