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Old 06-17-2022, 08:21 PM   #1
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As always, thank you very much for the assistance! I bought a 2000 2400 SCR at the end of last season. I had noticed that the bathroom floor would be wet and I assumed it was a leaky toilet. I replaced the toilet at the beginning of this year but the floor continued to be wet. After looking further, it appears that the drain is backing up.

Does anyone know why that would happen? Any idea where it drains? It seems like it is waste from the toilet (it is yellow so I assume it is urine because that is all I use it for) but I can't quite tell. Any insight would be great!
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Old 06-18-2022, 12:17 AM   #2
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The toilet should have a waste line that goes to the holding tank. Large black hose coming off the toilet. Verify it doesn’t have a leak.
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Old 06-22-2022, 08:28 PM   #3
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The floor drain has a pump that needs to be turned on. The pump is under your fridge, and the switch for it should be to the left of your sink. Turn that on and see if it empty's out. There should be a three thru hulls on the Stbd side (4 if you have AC) and it will come out there. Very possible the pump may be bad, I have heard that happens a lot. Could be yellow because it is a leaking hose still like Mike mentioned, but also could just be funky from sitting in the drain.
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