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Black tank spray nozel plugged, service

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Monaco made this such a simple job.

Great access.

Release quick connect on water line

Back out screen filter , spray nozzle basket 

Flush.

Reverse procedure.

 

15 minutes start to finish, At most.

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My 98 has a little different with the squeeze connectors that cannot be taken apart and put back on. I take it the part going into the tank is unscrewed to get to the basket? The basket is mounted on the inside of the tank? I have hardly used mine and believe it could be plugged. BTW you should glue the foil on your tanks back onto them to keep them from ripping and also for accurate readings. I think i may have mixed up some epoxy when I did mine.

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Im fortunate that Monaco used a quick connect coupler.

Or someone retrofit it.

We use ours every dump so I wanted it working efficiently. 

 

The guages all work quite well.

Always have. I did re solder one wire several years ago on the fresh water tank.

But I did trim the tape back and overlaped the edges with some 3M tape that I had.

 

Thanks for the good observations 👍

 

 

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Hello,

Is that picture behind the wet bay panel?  I assumed the panel on my 06 Diplomat will have to come out which looks like a bit of a chore.

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Im fortunate that Monaco used a quick connect coupler.

Or someone retrofit it.

We use ours every dump so I wanted it working efficiently. 

 

The guages all work quite well.

Always have. I did re solder one wire several y

26 minutes ago, Jeff H said:

Hello,

Is that picture behind the wet bay panel?  I assumed the panel on my 06 Diplomat will have to come out which looks like a bit of a chore.

No

This is on the passenger side.

Opposite of the wet bay.

 

 

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My spray nozzle quit working on my 06 Dip. I found it on top of the black tank from the access panel on the curb side, it was glued in place. I prayed it out and the jets were plugged solid. Lesson: use the spray every time you dump. I  out the jets slightly laeger, used silicone sealant and no more problems. 

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When I had that problem somebody told me to fill the black water tank about 3/4 full with luke  warm water and add a cup of laundry softener.  Driving your rig around to splash it around.  this will loosen up the holes in the jet sprayer you can then blow everything out with you hose.

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