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Old 06-26-2011, 06:17 AM   #15
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So how many good directional vent caps are there and which one works best or which one doesn't work?

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Originally Posted by ken bauer View Post
thanks for that offer Mike and yes we use the washer often so that is not the problem, but thanks anyway.
Here's another: our beloved Fleetwood has a non-patented OWS, or Olfactory Warning System which is not mentioned in the company's sales literature.

As the grey water tank approaches 90% capacity, the primary vent is covered; any additional drainage "burps" sewer gas into the coach through various points in the system.

One hundred percent capacity is indicated by standing water in the shower; but, before that, it's painfully obvious that grey water needs to be drained. A very handy thing.

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