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  • 2022 2800BH grey tank capacity

    Just wondering if anyone knows the grey tank specifications on the 2022 model. I see that is says 82 gallons for the grey tank. There are 2 grey tank dump valves. Are there 2 tanks split into 41 gallon tanks?

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    Originally posted by jdfritz View Post
    Just wondering if anyone knows the grey tank specifications on the 2022 model. I see that is says 82 gallons for the grey tank. There are 2 grey tank dump valves. Are there 2 tanks split into 41 gallon tanks?
    According to a drawing I can access, there's a 45G gray for the shower / sink and a 37G for the kitchen. Keep in mind this info is subject to change...lots of shortages in the RV industry.

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      Not sure if the 2600RB is the same, but it could be. Seems the bathroom gray fills up faster than the kitchen. If I'm camping without sewer hookups (most of the time), I stick a twist-on valve on the outside drain and open both gray tank valves to tie the two tanks together as one large tank. I haven't seen a gray tank sensor go red yet with this method.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by uwskier View Post
        Not sure if the 2600RB is the same, but it could be. Seems the bathroom gray fills up faster than the kitchen. If I'm camping without sewer hookups (most of the time), I stick a twist-on valve on the outside drain and open both gray tank valves to tie the two tanks together as one large tank. I haven't seen a gray tank sensor go red yet with this method.
        That's interesting. My galley tank seems to fill up much faster than my bathroom tank. Both of us do shower every night, and don't always have a lot of dishes to clean up. Maybe we have different "water habits"?
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        • #5
          Originally posted by uwskier View Post
          Not sure if the 2600RB is the same, but it could be. Seems the bathroom gray fills up faster than the kitchen. If I'm camping without sewer hookups (most of the time), I stick a twist-on valve on the outside drain and open both gray tank valves to tie the two tanks together as one large tank. I haven't seen a gray tank sensor go red yet with this method.
          Yes, the 2600RB has the same tank configuration (46G for shower and 37G for kitchen)--at least according to the info I can access.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by AZMike View Post

            That's interesting. My galley tank seems to fill up much faster than my bathroom tank. Both of us do shower every night, and don't always have a lot of dishes to clean up. Maybe we have different "water habits"?
            Could just be my sensors too.
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