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Old 08-11-2016, 02:07 PM   #11
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Thanks for clearing that up. I didn't want someone to look at it as I did and thing that they left the sink drain off.

Maybe just smaller handles would clear it up as someone noted.
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Old 08-11-2016, 02:27 PM   #12
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The OSK (Outside Kitchen) has a drain. It worked as designed. However, so much water from the faucet filled the grey tank and backed up into the OSK sink and overflowed into our unit around the bathroom and part of the living area. Once I realized that it wasn't a drain problem and that the tank was full, I immediately opened the gate and released the water from the grey tank. It is all a result of the faucet handle rubbing against the top of the storage compartment and turning on. There is not enough clearance between the top of the storage area and the faucet handle.
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Yes shorter handles would do the trick. I'm going to wait until I hear back from Camper World who made an inquiry with Jayco to determine what they should do to fix the problem. I didn't buy this RV to make modifications but will if I have to. There all the same. I owned an AirStream before this one and it also had manufacturer problems from the factory.
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Yes shorter handles would do the trick. I'm going to wait until I hear back from Camper World who made an inquiry with Jayco to determine what they should do to fix the problem. I didn't buy this RV to make modifications but will if I have to. There all the same. I owned an AirStream before this one and it also had manufacturer problems from the factory.
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Thanks.....appreciate your input.
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