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Old 05-17-2012, 10:31 AM   #1
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Camco cyclone or Ultra Fab Solar

As anyone installed either if these sewer vent covers to eliminate odor in the coach? Do they work well, easy to install?
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I use fabric softner in my tanks and I have no odors at all. JR
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I use fabric softener too, but still have some odor when we use the toilet while moving.
The water softener works much better than chemicals.
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We have a cyclone and use one cap of Calgon (plus a gallon or two of water) when starting a new cycle with the black tank.
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Those roof top devices are fine...and expensive compared to a simple 'T' from Home Depot. Around $6 for two. Replace your domes with 'T's, oriented N-S, seal up any roof gaps, and you're good.
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