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Old 03-07-2014, 10:43 PM   #1
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Sewer question

Has anyone installed the Drain Master waste management sewer system?
If so did you install yourself or have it done? If you did it yourself was it easy enough for a non mechanical person to do?

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Yes, yes, yes and yes :-). It was very easy to do. I chose to glue the cam-loc fitting to the rv's drain port but you could just use a twist adapter. The Drain Master hose seems to be made of really high material. It is pricy but works really well.

It worked out do well that I have changed all the fittings on both my drinking water system (water softener, filters, etc) and tank flush system to cam-loc fittings, no much nicer than the quick house adapters available at home centers.

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Yes, yes, yes and yes :-). It was very easy to do. I chose to glue the cam-loc fitting to the rv's drain port but you could just use a twist adapter. The Drain Master hose seems to be made of really high material. It is pricy but works really well.

It worked out do well that I have changed all the fittings on both my drinking water system (water softener, filters, etc) and tank flush system to cam-loc fittings, no much nicer than the quick house adapters available at home centers.

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Steve, where did you get the cam-loc fittings? I have gone thru many brands and types of quick disconnects on the supply hoses and your cam-locs look like the way to go
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Steve, where did you get the cam-loc fittings? I have gone thru many brands and types of quick disconnects on the supply hoses and your cam-locs look like the way to go
I initially bought some from Northern Tools, but their supply was limited. I landed up getting them from Amazon
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss...am%2Caps%2C287

Having quick connects that don't leak and don't fail after a few months is great!

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