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Old 01-11-2021, 10:05 PM   #1
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Redwood 2012 36RE Holding Tanks

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Can anyone direct on how to get a parts manual and plumbing spec's for our 5th wheel. We need to replace one of the grey tanks and I need to know the manufacturer and model number of tanks etc.
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Go online or call tiara rv in Indiana
Give them your vin#
Also the tank may have a sticker with make and model# on it
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Tiara would be a good start, but don't expect to find any parts list or schematics of any systems available, they're top secret.
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Old 01-16-2021, 05:10 PM   #4
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REDWOOD Has no manuals on any of their systems or schematics either.
They just don't keep them, since the model year is constantly changing.

Which Grey Tank do you need to replace? And what is wrong with it? Cracked, Leaking?

If it is the Grey Tank on top of the Black Tank, plan on shelling out some major money.

My Black Tank was not installed correctly and 2 small cracks developed on the corners of the tank, it is a Fiberglass tank and the estimated cost for just the tank was $325. Then you have to get it into a shop to have it removed and replaced.

I have repaired the tank myself and so far so good!

But, as I said, be prepared to shell out some big bucks!
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I would definitely recommend repairing it yourself! Fiberglass repairs are pretty easy. If you’re not sure what you’re doing just watch a few videos on YouTube! The most important thing is to sand the surface with something very coarse like 50 grit to get good adhesion.
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