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Old 08-13-2015, 05:56 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by nbhybrid View Post
perhaps..so then I would suggest to take it to a plumber, even a first year guy could rebuild it. Might cost you an extra 50 bucks
It is really easy it's all PVC. I did one in a camp ground on my last TT when I blew a tire and took out the rear gray. Stopped at an RV dealer and picked up parts on my way and was fixed in an hr. A hack saw will do the cuts or an electric cut off saw about $25 at harbor freight. Under $50 parts and tool

or a cable operated valve $50-60 bucks plus install

or electric $150 plus install
Electric Waste Valve - Valterra E1003VP - Sewer Valves - Camping World

I may go electric if any of my cable operated fail

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