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Old 07-07-2017, 08:29 AM   #1
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2018 Northpoint 377 grey tank questions


We are new to all this and learning as we go. Are there two grey tanks? If so how do I dump the second one? My grey 1 tank says empty BC we are hooked up and I leave it open BC we use so much water with showers and the washing machine. But this morning I noticed there was a grey 2 or 3 button and it says full. I'm hoping I'm not flooding another tank that I don't know about. Please help. Thanks!


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Old 07-07-2017, 08:38 AM   #2
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That's the tank for the kitchen sink. The handle to open the valve is under the slide out to the right of the drain pipe connection.


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You have 2 grey tanks, so there is probably a 2nd dump valve either in the front or back of the FW. Our PINNACLE has one that is hard to access because of the kitchen slide. You need to search front to back on the driver's side.
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That's the tank for the kitchen sink. The handle to open the valve is under the slide out to the right of the drain pipe connection.


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And does that drain in the sewer pipe? Gosh that isn't in any manuals and wasn't told to us at delivery. I feel stupid now! Is it just for the kitchen sink?


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Yes, the "galley" tank is for the kitchen only and it drains into the sewer pipe just like the bathroom tanks.


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As stated above you should have three valves, one black and two grey. Mine are all in the utility center on the right side of the drivers side compartment.
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As stated above you should have three valves, one black and two grey. Mine are all in the utility center on the right side of the drivers side compartment.
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I actually called Jayco support from a CG for help with this. The tech guy didn't know and he couldn't find it on the prints. After we hung up, I looked again and "what to my surprise", there written on the outside lower right of the open bunk slide, was a label saying "grey water holding tank". If the slide was closed, I might have spied it quicker.
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I actually called Jayco support from a CG for help with this. The tech guy didn't know and he couldn't find it on the prints. After we hung up, I looked again and "what to my surprise", there written on the outside lower right of the open bunk slide, was a label saying "grey water holding tank". If the slide was closed, I might have spied it quicker.


Yes I saw it nowhere in the manual. Thank goodness I have y'all's help!


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Yes I saw it nowhere in the manual. Thank goodness I have y'all's help!
Usually isn't since they are not model specific. Dealer should have covered it when you did your PDI walk through.
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As stated above you should have three valves, one black and two grey. Mine are all in the utility center on the right side of the drivers side compartment.
I've got an '18 377 and there's a Grey tank handle in the basement door control panel for bath and a valve handle for the kitchen tank under the slide inline with the plumbing. Hope that helps.
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