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Old 06-29-2022, 12:37 PM   #1
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My new Jayco Precept 36C motorhome

Just like I mention before guys, well we finally got it we went to pick it up yesterday and man you don't know how much stuff you have until start taken stuff out. My son came with us over 500 miles away to drive my truck back home and if it had not been for my son we would have being taken stuff back and forth all day, more pics are on the way.
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Old 06-29-2022, 01:24 PM   #2
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Very nice Big! Enjoy the heck out of it.
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Yes, sir and thank you, we went to a campsite here in ID for a few days and we are enjoying big time.
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SO EXCITING! Congrats, Big1!
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SO EXCITING! Congrats, Big1!

Yes it is sir, we are at a campsite trying to get organize taken stuff out of boxes.
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Old 06-30-2022, 07:12 PM   #6
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Hey guys, I have a question, since I have two bath which is grey & black water 1 go to for the main bath or the half bath?
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Hey guys, I have a question, since I have two bath which is grey & black water 1 go to for the main bath or the half bath?
1 is the front tank;

2 is the rear tank.

But, it's easy enough to confirm if you're at a full hookup spot + have a clear elbow on your sewer outlet:

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One of the first thing I do with a new RV is to make sure all of the tanks are empty. Pull each handle that you see and empty the tanks into the campsite sewer.

Then, one by one:
  1. go to a sink/shower/toilet/washer drain and run water for a minute
  2. go outside and pull each handle until you find which one is tied to that fixture; write it down on a note and close handle when the water is done emptying
  3. repeat until you’ve hit every water fixture
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Thank you sir and yes we were at a full hook up for the past three days.
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