Hello Everyone:  Hope all are well and happy. I have a problem with my Forest river Wild wood trailer 2010 holding tank . My problem is that every time I have the holding tank  pumped out I can take a flash lite and look down the toilet and I still have waste and paper in the tank. I even got a wand to try to move the waste and toilet paper around but still full.  the park manager always say that there is nothing going through the hose that pumps out the holding tank. and that it is clear. When we first received our new trailer there was a piece of wood stuck in the toilet so I removed it because it was not suppose to be in there, it blocked the waste going down the toilet. we did have some problems with the company that we bought it from in Ohio. even had to go to the manager about some problems. So I guess I will have to rent a camera to see if there is something blocking the tank from being totally empty. and then when we were closing up the trailer for the winter our slide out is electric and it would not catch to pull in the slide out and friend of our leveled the trailer last summer with blocks under the trailer that sits on a concert slab. we do not have blocks under the slide out or in the way of the slide out to be pulled in. could someone please tell me what to do? The slide out finally did catch and we were able to close up the trailer for the winter. but has anyone else had these problems. trailer in Harrison Mi. Cedar shores

Thanks for your help and all have a safe and wonderful summer.



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Hi Pat, the trailer is parked at cedar shores and we do not pull it. we have grounds keepers that go around the entire campground and pump out the black water. so I think there is something stuck in the holding tank and it is blocking the tank from being totally empty.  I think we are out of the warranty. wonder where I could find a tech up there..everything is so far away.and we do not have the truck to pull the trailer, we had it delivered up there. Thanks for the info.






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