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I am the original owner OF a Keystone Outback 210RS

I always notice a sour smell. Thought it was wind and the vent

Then i noticed some dripping after trips

I sliced back the underbelly expecting to find the Valves were leaking

What I discovered was a repaired black tank, with the initials of someone whom

did the repair next to the repair

Aga9n, I AM THE ORIGINAL OWNER, UNDERBELLY HAS NEVER BEEN REMOVED. BOUGHT BRAND NEW FOR A KEYSTONE OUTBACK DEALER.

DANG REPAIR job happened either at keystone manufacturing or the black tank company.

I got screwed!
 

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Wow! I'll be on the lookout for that smell you smelled.
 

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I ended up patching it with Permatex 84145 Permapoxy Black Plastic Weld - 0.84 fl. oz.

it seemed to have worked i did not reinforce the area with fiberglass or fuuberglass screening which i regret

I did a thourough cleaning with acetone. Anded with 160 grit, another acetone and a good peanut butter spread of

1 entire tube of the epoxy for abs black tank above. all in one shot, not multiple spreads

as i said kinda regret not using mesh but it looks like it is holding for now

not alot of pressure. 50 gallons of tank over 300 sq inches, maybe more, not much pressure so i think it will hhold
 
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