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Old 01-17-2013, 11:32 AM   #15
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Yes we have the screw on model will post photo later today.
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Old 01-17-2013, 12:57 PM   #16
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That would be great.

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Here are the photos.

Hope I can attach if not send me a private message with your e-mail address.
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Old 01-17-2013, 06:59 PM   #18
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sanicon pictures

Thanks to AZBUZZARD for taking the pics and sharing!
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We have a portable system Sani-con made by Thetford, comes in a small carry box. We use it to pump/clean the tanks when we are home. It pumps about 50 feet, with a 3 foot incline with no problems, right into our exterior inlet to our sewer system.
When we travel, the 3 inch slinky work fine...



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has anyone installed the sani-con system in an entegra? Pros and cons?? Which model?
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Old 01-19-2013, 02:38 AM   #20
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Corey, where did you get this unit, how did you hook up power for it? Thanks
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Old 02-04-2013, 08:37 PM   #21
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We have a portable system Sani-con made by Thetford, comes in a small carry box. We use it to pump/clean the tanks when we are home. It pumps about 50 feet, with a 3 foot incline with no problems, right into our exterior inlet to our sewer system.
When we travel, the 3 inch slinky work fine...
I just purchase the portable Sani-Con system today from an online retailer. I haven't received it yet, but sure hope it works out. Didn't want the permanently installed model as I need to be able to connect the slinky hose at one park we spend a lot of time at.

We have 3 RV parks that we use on a regular basis that the sewer connections are about a foot above grade. I'm tired of lifting the slinky up to get the waste to completly dump.
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Old 02-05-2013, 08:44 AM   #22
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The Sani-Con comes in two types.. INSTALLED and portable.

I have a Flo-Jet portable..

I have seen folks talk about the need to have the tank 2/3 full before you dump so you get what they call the "Woosh Factor" that is the sudden rush of liquid carries any solids or semi-solids down the line and out the pipe with it.

Well, with the macerator you do not get this woosh factor.

BUT......

I have had cases where I had to pump the crap (In this case that's the only word that really applies) UP HILL, I've had to pump it over fifty feet, I've had to combine those, and when this happens. the Macerator is the ONLY choice.

It is also way easier to "Wrangle" a 1" hose than the 3" hose, and there is less likelyhood of fittings coming loose and a host of other advantages to the macerator.

But the 3" stinky slinky is also FASTER.

Thus I use whichever unit best fits the site I'm parked on.

One thing I will recommend AGAINST is the RV Sewer Solution, this is a water poweree macerator and uses gallons and gallons of fresh water, running up the park's water bill, and wasthing a dimishing natural resource, to do what a few watts of electricity does better.
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Old 02-05-2013, 08:37 PM   #23
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My first RV was a 2006 super C Class Seneca Jayco. And it came with a Sani-Con installed and I really liked it and thought all motorhomes came with something similar until I purchased my 06 Phaeton that didn’t have one. I bought a San-Con Box model and install it and it too worked well. When I traded it with an Allegro Bus, I took the Sani-Con off and installed in my Bus. A short time later it quit working. I took it over to local auto garage (a friend who works there) checked it out and discovered that the motor had a short. I called the manufacturer of Sani-Con, Thetford, and explained the situation. It was slightly over a year old and I did not have any receipts to prove it either. They were very generous and took my word and sent me a new motor. It was simple to replace the old motor and I’m a happy camper and wouldn’t do without one! For about $350 plus installation, and the installation is simple, it definitely is worth it - my 2 cents. Happy travel!
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