Originally Posted by Marina
I have a 2018 Jayco Redhawk 26. Went to Alaska last year from Florida. Great trip except one constant problem. The roads on the Alaska trip are not perfect and the low clearance that the sewer pipe and connections have poses trouble. Four times it came disconnected, I was lucky and retrieved the connector each time, finally I zip tied so I wouldn't lose it! Has anyone had this trouble? The dealer added another bracket witch broke on the Alaska trip! Looking for suggestions. Thanks! Steve
I have had the same problem and have had the "Y" connector knocked off once, myself. Unfortunately, it is the nature of the beast and is the way the manufacturer designed the drain system to work. The best thing I found to do is to tighten up the mounting strap to take out all of the play and hope for the best. If you re-plumb and get the drain higher, you will have the problem of getting your tanks to completely drain, and that can cause more of a problem in the long run than simply having to be very careful in unlevel areas. Good luck and let us know if you come up with a better plan. Happy Trails !!