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Old 03-21-2014, 09:27 PM   #1
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Drain master sewer system

I am really interested in getting a drain master sewer system. Don't know much about them but so far what I do know appears to really do the trick in the sewer department.
Has anyone ever used this system? How did you find someone to install if you did not do it yourself. I can't seem to find a place that knows anything about the system other than what they can pick up off the internet site I give them.
Hope someone can give me a hand.
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Old 03-21-2014, 09:33 PM   #2
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What is it about the Drain Master that you like ? to me it looks bulky and no different than others stinky slinky sewer hoses.
Have you ever looked at the Sewer Solution"?
No stinky slinky, no mess, no fuss.
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Old 03-21-2014, 11:06 PM   #3
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I use a Drain Master, it is easy to install . The subject had been discussed at length sui won't repeat it. Their's is an excellent product.
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I purchased Drain Master after getting tired of flimsy hoses and leaks. Drain Master is an excellent hose and far superior to any other hose on the market. It's very easy to install. Drain Master uses cam-lock connections rather than twist on. Cam-locks are superior connections, quick to engage and liquid tight. Like all other ABS drain pipe you'd use in your house or motorhome, you cut the pipe and glue new fittings together. All black drain pipe is ABS not PVC so be sure to use the proper glue. For reference, PVC is white in color. ABS is more sturdy than PVC and much stronger when hot. Glue can be purchased at Home Depot or Lowes. Drain Master is pretty pricy but in my book, worth it.
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Old 03-22-2014, 05:50 PM   #5
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What is it about the Drain Master that you like ? to me it looks bulky and no different than others stinky slinky sewer hoses.
Have you ever looked at the Sewer Solution"?
No stinky slinky, no mess, no fuss.
I do not have one because though it looks very, shall we say interesting,,, Then I looked at the 3 digit price tag.. I have a Tetford Smart Hose.

Positive connections using Cam Locks (Same as the smart hose) instead of bayonet connectors like on the standard (Tetford DOES connect to MH with a bayonet but it is different and again provides a much better connection

LIFETIME guarantee (Tetford not that good)

Very high quality hose and fittings. (likewise)

I do have one negative on the Tetford, (First time putting the ends on the host was a job and a half, but at least it was a clean (never been used, fresh out of the box) hose, Second time much easier)

Do not know if the Drain master which uses the same cam-lock devices will be that way or not, but again it was a one time job.
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