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Old 08-20-2006, 07:14 PM   #15
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I set up a macerator pump with a 1"tee and 2 hose adapters.That way I can connect 2 5/8" hoses .They are easier to store and the 2 hoses in parallel work better than a single 3/4".I have pumped over 100' with no problem.
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Old 09-28-2006, 08:25 PM   #16
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Just in case your still checking this post, I have the Sani-con in my Monaco. It's not any faster than an old style hose and not any slower. It takes a few minutes more to empty full tanks, but I don't have to deal with cleaning a hose and putting it away.

Just a tip. My two tanks are side by side. I dump the black and then pull the valve on the grey. The two tanks try to qualize and the black tank fills with grey water. I turn on the Sani-con and empty the black again. I do this twice and never have to hook up to water to rinse or flood the tank. When I'm at home, I'll fill both tanks occasionally and flush them out.

The Sani-con isn't the perfect answer, but it sure beats messing with the hose and flushing it.
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