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Old 05-11-2016, 02:25 PM   #15
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I have a Sanicon system which is basically a garburator for you know what, so I wait till my tanks are almost full or we hit the road.

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I recently spent some time with 'Daisy Flush' Representative: who professionally (for a nice fee) unclogs RV clogs: in holding tanks. {When} it's a serious clog, you call someone. He swears by NEVER leaving any valves open: except to flush, when near full. For many reasons he's witnessed over and over, again....

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Old 05-12-2016, 10:07 PM   #17
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I also use a SaniCon macerator (12 years now). When I arrive at the campground, I connect my power cord, water hose and my SaniCon hose (less than 3 minutes). It's always connected and doesn't need to be flushed out when done, just cap the end and put it back in the bay. I open the grey and leave the black closed. I open the grey every time because I don't want to have to worry about overfilling the grey tank. I like long showers and we have both a washing machine and dishwasher.

I added an electric black tank valve with a switch inside the coach. I also added a switch for he SaniCon inside the coach, so I can dump when necessary. It's turned out to be very handy. About ten minutes before were ready to pull the slides in, I open and drain the black tank from inside the coach. Once the slides are in, I disconnect the SaniCon hose and cap it, disconnect the power cord and the water hose and I'm done, less than 3-4 minutes. Off I go.
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Old 05-12-2016, 10:32 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by G Schulz View Post
I have a Sanicon system which is basically a garburator for you know what, so I wait till my tanks are almost full or we hit the road.
We have the SaniCon system. I've found that it doesn't flow quickly enough and leaves the solids behind unless I also connect up the black tank flush. So far I've decided that I like the stinky slinky better.
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What about when you are travelling and only staying for a day or two? Do you empty the black tank when it's only maybe a third full? Don't want to dump if it's not half - full. But do you want to travel with your black tank not empty??

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