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Old 11-20-2015, 06:04 AM   #15
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Thank you for all of the responses! I will try the baking soda and vinegar approach first. If that does not work, I think I will disassemble and clean. I think the shower drain might just be hair.

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some other ideas.

Dawn Dish soap works well with cutting grease. Put some in the holding tanks with hot water before departure and let it slosh around in the tanks, rinse and dump at next stop.

Removal of and cleaning the p-traps is easy and fast.

The zip-it is barbed and also would be good for the shower drain.

One other thing to also check periodically is the roof vent and make sure it is free and clear of any debris like bird stuck in there or a old wasp nests. Funny where critters can make there way sometimes.

Lastly, if all else fails, check the actual valves for proper opening and closing.

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