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Old 11-23-2007, 03:36 PM   #1
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Default How do I fix a broken sewer hose on a Roadtrek ?

I have a 1997 Roadtrek 190. Yesterday I pulled the dump hose out to dump the black and gray water. It was cold, too old and I pulled it too far. It broke. Hey, I almost made it !

One time I was on one of the forums and someone had posted the instructions. We are 350 miles from home and a bad weekend to get anything repaired. We are planning to continue our trip to Colorado if we can get it fixed.

The way Roadtrek has designed their system works great but it pushes up into a plastic pipe and I am lot sure how it comes apart. Anyone know where the information can be found?
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Old 11-23-2007, 03:57 PM   #2
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Harvey Tetmeyer's instructions are here:

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Old 11-25-2007, 04:58 AM   #4
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I was lucky enough to find an RV shop that would replace the hose this morning. It cost me about $120.00, but was worth the cost to me. I saved the information that you linked me to so I could show the repairman how to replace the hose. Of course they felt that "they knew how because they work on RV's all the time". They did not look at the information. When I went to pick up our RV I lifted the step to see if they had finished the job They had not put the discharge fittings on the end of the hose. I told them before they started that the fitting went on the discharge end.

When I went into the office I told them the job was not completed. The repairman came out and got the end on the hose but could not get it adjusted properly so that it would go back in the pipe. Once he got the hose and hose clamp on I told him to go on back in the shop and I would adjust the fitting.

I paid them and was happy to have it fixed.
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