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Old 07-05-2015, 04:17 PM   #1
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Black tank flush

For some reason my black tank flush hookup keeps popping out of the wall. Is there something that locks it in like a nut or clip. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Mine just threads on like a garden hose connection. Do you mean it is coming out after it's threaded on...or does your not thread connect?
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The whole flush attachment comes out of the wall.
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The whole flush attachment comes out of the wall.
It shouldn't. The housing should be screwed into the siding and caulked. From what you're describing, it probably needs a return to the dealer before the warranty runs out. You might also try positing a photo of it so others can make suggestions if your warranty has already expired.
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