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Old 08-01-2005, 11:45 AM   #1
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Over the years I have tried lots of different types of "Stuff" in the black tank. Most seem to work ok, but recently no matter what I use when the temp. hits about 90 at half a tank it gets necessary to dump. Any Ideas?
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Over the years I have tried lots of different types of "Stuff" in the black tank. Most seem to work ok, but recently no matter what I use when the temp. hits about 90 at half a tank it gets necessary to dump. Any Ideas?
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Old 08-01-2005, 07:38 PM   #3
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Steve & Jan,
Just in case you missed it, there is a 'Sewer Odor' postlisted further down the page. I think most of the time folks think it's Black, but it's really gray water. Gray seem to be the number one stinker!. Because of the large holding tanks that Alpine has, I believe we all cheat and don't put enough chemicals in them. You might want to try doubling up for one tank and see (smell) if that makes a difference.
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