Kathleen
I read on this site how the water from the kitchen sink would drain into the black tank, on a different model than the 150.  I am pretty sure the kitchen sink doesn't on the 150 but just want to comfirm that it is correct.    Also when I turn on the hot water knob in sink or shower that it adds water to the hot water tank.  So to be sure there is water in the tank I should turn the hot water tab on for a moment.  I haven't had a chance to go camping in it yet. Between setting it up and the rain.  I know I have to turn the propane on and then light the stove first.
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Tom
Not the 150, a 155 instead:  The sink and shower do not drain to black water tank.  They drain to a garden hose fitting near the big black water valve on the outside.  No tank for gray water on mine so had to add one. 

^Need a member of the 150 club here!^

For hot water, make sure your valves are set correctly so water flows through the tank.  They are on the inside-side of the tank, probably under the settee, and there are three.  Two, top and bottom, should be open, the center one closed.  

Run the hot water faucet to get the air out of the tank.  Turn on the switch and wait about 10 minutes.  You'll hear the water heater working.  Good idea on the stove but not absolutely necessary.  
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Tom
I think "pboonevt" also has a 150 and shows a picture of the gray and black water outlets tied together in this thread: https://www.riversidervowners.com/post/add-a-grey-water-holding-tank-8428496?pid=1295523670&highlight=grey+water
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sunvalleyjoe
Kathleen one things that puzzles me about Ca camping. It is ok for tent campers to wash dishes, clothes and them selfs and throw the water into the bushes around their camp site. But it is illegal to run the gray water from a RV into the same bushes.I have asked park rangers this question and  got a shrug.So being a 150 owner we let the gray water run into a 5 gal can then empty it in to the bushes which is ok with campground host??GBA!!SVJ
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Kathleen
I saw what pboonevt done and have ordered the parts as I liked that idea thank you.  I also have a portable 12 gal waste tank.  During the warm weather I have a colman sink set up so will more than likely wash the dishes outside.  (Sunvalleyjoe)  Cal is probably afraid someone might try dumping the black tank also.  It wouldn't surprize me.  Or they think tent campers don't generate alot of gray water. Once when I was tent camping the neighbor next to me picked up his dog poo like he was suppose to, except instead of throwing it away in the trash he put it in the campfire ring.  I didn't notice that until he moved to a different camp site closer to the water.  On the day that we was packing to go home someone pulled into that site. I had to tell them they may want to wait until we cleared out our site and take it, telling them why.  Our site was better anyway.  Still can't beleave that guy did that.  That fire ring was full he been there 4 days already.  The trash can was not that far away.  
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Ralph L Staub
You may be thinking of the pre-2017 199fks. The kitchen sink drained into the black water tank due to proximity. In 2017, they added a second Grey water tank up front to cover the kitchen, eliminating the issue. There was chat about this several years ago.
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