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Old 12-27-2014, 07:36 AM   #1
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Does WhiteHawk 21FBS have....

.....a clean out "valve"? My terminology is probably not right. I've seen TT with a water hose attachment site on opposite side of trailer from dump valves that you can run water into to clean out the black tank. I can't find in the specs that this unit has one and I forgot to look when I was there. I am buying one not located nearby and this was on my "wishlist" when I was looking for a TT. Though not a deal breaker, I got curious this morning if it had one.
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Old 12-27-2014, 07:57 AM   #2
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Pretty sure it is standard on the 21FBS. I have a 24FBS and the black tank flush hookup is located on the rear wall of the TT. It's about eyeball height and should be labeled. Nearby may be your city water hookup also. Don't get them mixed up or you will have a mell of hess when you turn on the water.
Welcome to Jayco. You will find this forum a valuable tool for any questions you may have about your TT. This is quite the knowledge base with a lot of smart and practical campers to answer your questions. We have fun too.
Happy Rving,
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Welcome to Jayco. You will find this forum a valuable tool for any questions you may have about your TT. This is quite the knowledge base with a lot of smart and practical campers to answer your questions. We have fun too.
Happy Rving,
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Thanks for the quick feedback, Jeff. My first TT was an RPod which was great for me to learn with and that Forum was invaluable. I had a girlfriend get a different TT and I kept telling her to check out her forums and she didn't find much in them (can't remember her brand now). The first thing I did when I started getting serious about a Jayco was to "lurk" in these forums. Never having done anything like this nor anything mechanical (my jobs involved a desk), I have relied on forums to get advice and am glad to know I can count on this one.
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