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Old 08-15-2016, 12:20 AM   #15
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Yes it will fit and it pulls off real easy so if it does not you can pass the hose thru and reconnect it.

It's so easy and clean to use it actually just make sense.
Good to know. I guess my only other concern is solid build up in the holding tank from the slower discharge. Has that been a problem?
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Our coach came with a Sanicon system - and we've always used it. When we're at a full hook up site - I simply wait until it's time to dump - open the wet bay, extend the Sanicon hose to the sewer connection - and dump. When the dump is done - I screw the "bottle cap" back onto the Sanicon fixture and put it away till next time. It's usually time to repeat the process in 3-4 days.

I have given some thought to disconnecting hose to the Sanicon - and trying a gravity dump using the typical large hose. I'm guessing it would like shave a little time off what it takes me now using the Sanicon ... but, then I think about having to deal with unhooking the Sanicon hose (and the effluent that I'll no doubt have to deal with the moment that I unhook it) ... then having to deal with the finding somewhere for the large sewer hose, etc. ... and the 10-15 minutes I spend waiting for a Sanicon dump cycle to complete starts sounding pretty good again ... and the thoughts of trying out a "gravity dump" pretty much disappear.

It ain't broke - so I ain't going to try to fix it!
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For 8 years I did essentially what SpaceNorman just posted. In addition I always ran the tank flush until I saw really clear stuff from the black tank...then I was satisfied that there wouldn't be any bottom build up. The rate was no problem but it did take longer to dump. I no longer go from place to place nearly as often so the "leave it all on and be ready to dump" factor is not important to me now. I stay long enough to hook up the big guy and just pull the valve when I need. (I still flush the tank often)
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For 8 years I did essentially what SpaceNorman just posted. In addition I always ran the tank flush until I saw really clear stuff from the black tank...then I was satisfied that there wouldn't be any bottom build up. The rate was no problem but it did take longer to dump. I no longer go from place to place nearly as often so the "leave it all on and be ready to dump" factor is not important to me now. I stay long enough to hook up the big guy and just pull the valve when I need. (I still flush the tank often)
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