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Water tank wiring color code
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I had to remove a fresh water tank to repair a leak. I labeled the wires from the tank sensors but messed up somehow hooking them back up so I have no monitor display. I have white, yellow, orange…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rick Faunce Apr 10, 2016.

Water tank repair
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I have a 1998 Aljo Sport Wagon. I have a leak in the front water tank, in the flange for the drain line. The flange appears to be nylon, and I can't find an adhesive that will bond to it. The leak is…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard W. Cobbs Dec 16, 2015.


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Carson City, NV
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Retired, love to get out in the Nevada outback. I am part of a group that camps for 10 days or so at a time in the back country. We ride ATVs and explore. We call our group (mostly all retired) the Geezer Patrol.

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Water tank update

Regarding my recent post about a fresh water tank repair, I just found a product that worked. It is an epoxy by JBweld called Plastic Bonder. It did bond with what I suspected was a nylon flange and did seal the leak. An rv dealer repair shop said the tank was unrepairable but they would be happy to order a new one. Thanks to everyone who responded

Posted on December 18, 2015 at 1:23pm — 2 Comments

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