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Old 08-18-2016, 07:37 PM   #1
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when flushing toilet it blows bubbles, anyone had that problem?
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Old 08-18-2016, 07:56 PM   #2
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Your black tank is full, dump it and the burping will stop.
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I had already drained the black tank and I also snaked it for debris. Still burps.
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Your profile shows this is a 40' Intrigue. What year, and is the famous for opportunities to repair, electric unit!?

Sometimes hardwater deposits will build up, and this could restrict the water flow enough to possibly cause bubbles. But, usually bubbles indicate air in the water supply. So you could also look carefully for water leads feeding the toilet.

On the electric units, they also get into the mix, and could add air from a failing seal.

Best of luck to you, and please come back and let us know what you find out, and what toilet model you have. It could help others in the future.
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I had already drained the black tank and I also snaked it for debris. Still burps.
We had the feared "pyramid of poop" last year and did not realize it.

Yes the toilet flushed but did get a burp or two during each event.

I used some Dawn dish soap soaking in a nearly full tank overnight and then our awning retrieval wand as an agitator along with several fills and dumping of the tank while parked with full hookups.

That finally got things moving without restriction.

Felt good........
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Try using Happy Camper/Amazon and Dawn. I've used this combo for the last 3 yrs and my black tank problems went away.
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Check your roof vent pipe it may have something stuck (dead bird?). that will also cause burping.....
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Make sure your pipe to the tank is not partially blocked with TP or other solid waste holding water in the pipe.

A good snake will take care of that.
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I brought the garden hose inside and ran water down the bowl to clear this once .
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Make sure your pipe to the tank is not partially blocked with TP or other solid waste holding water in the pipe.

A good snake will take care of that.
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