Waste tank leak

steve_64

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Jumped in the back of the van to get a tool the other day and heard the leak. Thinking about putting in the WM waste tank and hose reel. Might change the water tank too and sell the pair of tanks.
Put duck tape on it for now.

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The bottom of my tank started to leak. Poured a gallon and a half of Flex seal liquid into the bottom and drove around so it could self level.
Did the trick! But I first power washed it out and stuck a fan so it blew from the top to dry for a couple days. Then after I poured the flex seal I left the fan blowing in it for 3 days.

I would try a form of flex seal on that crack first. They have thicker stuff for vertical surfaces. Just don't use the spray.
 

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The bottom of my tank started to leak. Poured a gallon and a half of Flex seal liquid into the bottom and drove around so it could self level.
Did the trick! But I first power washed it out and stuck a fan so it blew from the top to dry for a couple days. Then after I poured the flex seal I left the fan blowing in it for 3 days.

I would try a form of flex seal on that crack first. They have thicker stuff for vertical surfaces. Just don't use the spray.
Dang Koko
You almost had me thinking your smart
Then I remembered your Blue Board posts
 
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steve_64

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Is that a kodak picture that you took and scanned in your printer to upload it on here?

Cell phone cameras should be a little better picture if you want to try that, lol
Nah I need glasses and a better camera.
 

steve_64

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The bottom of my tank started to leak. Poured a gallon and a half of Flex seal liquid into the bottom and drove around so it could self level.
Did the trick! But I first power washed it out and stuck a fan so it blew from the top to dry for a couple days. Then after I poured the flex seal I left the fan blowing in it for 3 days.

I would try a form of flex seal on that crack first. They have thicker stuff for vertical surfaces. Just don't use the spray.
I'm yanking it when I get the gumption. I miss the WM.
 
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Two pieces of aluminum angle. Clean and surface inside and out degrease. Red RTV inside and outside and bolt through angle and waste tank. let it set up. Then go back to work.
 

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