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Old 05-01-2022, 07:14 PM   #1
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Accolade 37K holding tanks

The 2022 37K has four holding tanks and brochure indicates:

Grey Waste Water Capacity (gal.) 51/40

Black Waste Water Capacity (gal.) 40/23

Passenger side of coach has three valves, 1 gray, and 2 blacks.
Wet bay on drivers side has 1 gray…

Best I can tell…Grey 1 on passenger side is 51 gallons. Which would make drivers side gray 40 gallons.

Following that logic, Black 1 would be passenger side 40 gallon and black 2 passenger side would be 23 gallon.

Black 1 would be passenger side front 1/2 bath toilet - 40 gallons

Black 2 would be passenger side rear full bath toilet - 23 gallons

Does that sound correct?
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I believe from our use those figures are correct. My only negative about tank sizes is the clothes washer is on the smaller gray tank which also has the shower. So it fills rather quickly when don’t have sewer at the site. However I won’t complain too much since it’s a stand alone washer and not a combo and works great.
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Interesting... This is my first real trip with water on board.... judging from my gauges and the black water flush valve, I'm showing black 1 as rear full bath and black 2 as front bathroom... You can definitely hear the black flush water in each tank as you change the valve in the water bay.
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Interesting... This is my first real trip with water on board.... judging from my gauges and the black water flush valve, I'm showing black 1 as rear full bath and black 2 as front bathroom... You can definitely hear the black flush water in each tank as you change the valve in the water bay.
I haven’t been out yet, still loading from last Rv. That was plan - listen for black flush…
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I believe from our use those figures are correct. My only negative about tank sizes is the clothes washer is on the smaller gray tank which also has the shower. So it fills rather quickly when don’t have sewer at the site. However I won’t complain too much since it’s a stand alone washer and not a combo and works great.
Yeah we also got the washer and dryer. Hard to live without once you have had them. I figure that tank would get full quick, will leave it open on washer days when hooked up.
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Agreed thanks fill much quicker when washing and showering after 2 washes and a shower I was at 67%... although I admit I took a bit longer shower to see how the hot water would be... Worked great with on demand... With nothing to compare it to other than home...it was great! Both pressure and hot water.
Water pressure while hooked up set at 45lbs
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Having the stackable washer/dryer and the on demand water heater are two of my favorite things so far. We have never had a w/d before in an RV and it’s great being able to do laundry whenever we want and not have to use a parks laundry as most of the time the machines aren’t great. The water heater has worked great also. We had one in a 5th wheel about 8 years ago and it was terrible so I was reluctant about this one but I have no complaints with this one.
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Interesting... This is my first real trip with water on board.... judging from my gauges and the black water flush valve, I'm showing black 1 as rear full bath and black 2 as front bathroom... You can definitely hear the black flush water in each tank as you change the valve in the water bay.
The black flush seem to work quite well as my gauges have worked ok far, at least as good as these archaic gauges can.
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Interesting... This is my first real trip with water on board.... judging from my gauges and the black water flush valve, I'm showing black 1 as rear full bath and black 2 as front bathroom... You can definitely hear the black flush water in each tank as you change the valve in the water bay.
The flush valve could be labeled wrong or is a matter of perspective from that side of the coach. Looking at the tank in the front bay which is visible, it looks like the larger black tank IMO. I will have to pull the panel to see the rear bath tank.
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The flush valve could be labeled wrong or is a matter of perspective from that side of the coach. Looking at the tank in the front bay which is visible, it looks like the larger black tank IMO. I will have to pull the panel to see the rear bath tank.
You are correct, my black tank flush valve was labeled wrong , they were backwards wrote right tank valve numbers with magic marker
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The 2022 37K has four holding tanks and brochure indicates:

Grey Waste Water Capacity (gal.) 51/40

Black Waste Water Capacity (gal.) 40/23

Passenger side of coach has three valves, 1 gray, and 2 blacks.
Wet bay on drivers side has 1 gray…

Best I can tell…Grey 1 on passenger side is 51 gallons. Which would make drivers side gray 40 gallons.

Following that logic, Black 1 would be passenger side 40 gallon and black 2 passenger side would be 23 gallon.

Black 1 would be passenger side front 1/2 bath toilet - 40 gallons

Black 2 would be passenger side rear full bath toilet - 23 gallons

Does that sound correct?
The problem i have is i can see all my tanks except drivers side gray tank valve, which is for the half bath & kitchen sink gray tank, it has eluded me i have spent a lot of time and i really can't see it !
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You are correct, my black tank flush valve was labeled wrong , they were backwards wrote right tank valve numbers with magic marker
I heard this was an issue.
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The problem i have is i can see all my tanks except drivers side gray tank valve, which is for the half bath & kitchen sink gray tank, it has eluded me i have spent a lot of time and i really can't see it !
It’s over the axle, you would have to open the panel over the wheel well and remove the lining over the tire that blocks water and such. You can then access everything between the two rear tires…..
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Interesting... This is my first real trip with water on board.... judging from my gauges and the black water flush valve, I'm showing black 1 as rear full bath and black 2 as front bathroom... You can definitely hear the black flush water in each tank as you change the valve in the water bay.
Went on first trip, half bath black tank would not drain, see other post on that. However my gauges show the same as yours, black 2 is half bath, black 1 is rear. Black flush valve in wet bay is not labeled, but straight up is rear bath, down is half bath.

As for the capacities of black 1, 2, gray 1, 2 ……I dunno
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Interesting... This is my first real trip with water on board.... judging from my gauges and the black water flush valve, I'm showing black 1 as rear full bath and black 2 as front bathroom... You can definitely hear the black flush water in each tank as you change the valve in the water bay.
We just took our 2022 Accolade 37K out for its first voyage. Tanks are the same as the Seneca. You are correct about the Black 1 and Black 2 tanks.
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It’s over the axle, you would have to open the panel over the wheel well and remove the lining over the tire that blocks water and such. You can then access everything between the two rear tires…..
So its above duals on left rear ?
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So its above duals on left rear ?
Well, after looking at mine, I’m not exactly sure now. I wrote Entergra for a plumbing diagram, because I am trying to trace where everything is going. It is above the rails, below the floor, but i can;t find it either. Another interesting issue is the rear black tank. I can see it, and the valve, but if there is every a problem with the valve, I have no clue how to get to it to replace it….Any thoughts?

I will let you know if I get a plumbing diagram….
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Well, after looking at mine, I’m not exactly sure now. I wrote Entergra for a plumbing diagram, because I am trying to trace where everything is going. It is above the rails, below the floor, but i can;t find it either. Another interesting issue is the rear black tank. I can see it, and the valve, but if there is every a problem with the valve, I have no clue how to get to it to replace it….Any thoughts?

I will let you know if I get a plumbing diagram….
Looking at other valves most of them are glued together pvc pipe wouldn't be fun cutting them apart then try to get a new valve installed, i have owned probably 8 different rv's from a pop up to the coach we have now , never had a problem with any dump valves, hope my luck continues, keep me posted on that tank location,
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Looking at other valves most of them are glued together pvc pipe wouldn't be fun cutting them apart then try to get a new valve installed, i have owned probably 8 different rv's from a pop up to the coach we have now , never had a problem with any dump valves, hope my luck continues, keep me posted on that tank location,
They all have four screws and you can insert a new one without cutting the pvc. However, I have no clue how to get to it on the rear black tank. I have owned rv’s for years, see signature line, and have to remove the valves on two of the units - cause - blocks of wood/plastic from manufacturing….
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Me either but the valve can be replaces without doing any extensive plumbing work. 4 small bolts removed and the valve slides out.
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