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Old 03-21-2012, 06:34 PM   #1
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2012 32BHDS w/outside kitchen

Some of you may already know this but the outside rear kitchen on the 2012 BHDS has a sink that drains into your BLACK water tank. Found out the hard after filling my black tank with fresh water thru toilet I went to the rear sink to fill the Grey tank to flush the tanks. Well..........something came up in the sink that shouldn't have been there! Anyway for those who own this trailer and didnt know now you don't have to find out like I did. I wouldn't have been so mad about it except in the walkthru at the dealer he said ALL sinks and tub drain into grey tank. I called them after and they said they didn't know thanks for telling them. WOW!
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Old 03-21-2012, 08:55 PM   #2
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Wow, not the best thought to have. Guess you had to sterilize the crap out of that sink - pun intended
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Old 03-21-2012, 09:00 PM   #3
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Wow, not the best thought to have. Guess you had to sterilize the crap out of that sink - pun intended
Yes I did! lol And then I thought to myself.... how sterile can it be connected to the Black tank anyway!
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Old 03-22-2012, 02:27 PM   #4
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Definitey not the best setup.

You will also find that you cannot empty the defrost tray on the outside fridge. The door will not open far enough for you to pull the tray out.
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Old 03-23-2012, 01:23 PM   #5
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The door not opening all the way on the outside fridge is a hassle for sure. I haven't had any issues with the sink draining to the black tank as of yet... It may be an issue when/if we start taking week long trips though.
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I just picked up a 2012 32BHDS as well. So I am thinking the defrost tray issue can be solved with a turkey baster... Thoughts?

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Presto: Thanks for the heads up on the crappy sink!

Yoteslayer31: Welcome to the forum! You can do an intro if you like in our new members forum.
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Welcome Yoteslayer31. I am glad you put that number on the end so I don't mix you up with Yoteslayer 1-30, haha. Glad to have you with us.
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I just picked up a 2012 32BHDS as well. So I am thinking the defrost tray issue can be solved with a turkey baster... Thoughts?

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That would probably work fine, but I am going to move the fridge over a few inches to the right to solve it for good.
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That would probably work fine, but I am going to move the fridge over a few inches to the right to solve it for good.

I thought of that, but then you will be left with two holes in your counter top where it is bolted down toward the rear of the fridge. i just put a micro fiber towel in the tray and it soaks up the water. I also prop the fridge door open when we put camper back in storage.

As soon as the season gets in full swing, i will leave the fridge running as i have electric in our storage unit.
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