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Old 04-27-2013, 06:17 PM   #1
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My first oops!

Enjoying our new-to-us CC at Myrtle Beach. Outside talking to our neighbors on the driver's side. Glanced at the coach and noted some water on ground near the sewer hose where it enters the coach. What??.

Never had an Aqua Hot so not mindful of the exhaust which exits near the water utilities bay. So, exhaust had melted a nice hole in the hose. Fortunately, only a bit of grey water had come out. I repaired the hose and was good to go. Also, now know to route it well away from the Aqua Hot exhaust.

Dang glad I noticed this before pulling the handle on the black water tank .
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Thoughts of Robin Williams danced in my mind .
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Here is,hoping that it was you last "oops".
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That's an easy inexpensive oops....if that is the worst one you commit you are fine! Enjoy!
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I laughed till I cried watching Robin Williams in that movie! Each time I watched it!

Glad your oops was small. Mine has a macerator so for now I'm not planning on keeping the small diameter hose out all the time. It's very easy to bring it out to empty the tanks.
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I laughed till I cried watching Robin Williams in that movie! Each time I watched it!

Glad your oops was small. Mine has a macerator so for now I'm not planning on keeping the small diameter hose out all the time. It's very easy to bring it out to empty the tanks.
Keep us in the loop as to how well that works. This coach came with a macerator but the original owner told me he removed it since it was pretty much a nuisance that rarely worked as advertised.
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