<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by high desert:
I bought the quickie flush from Camping World for $25.00.
The install was no more then a 10 minute job. You'll need a 1 1/8" hole saw, 1/8" drill bit and silicone sealant.
>First determine the location.
>Drill the 1 1/8" hole.
>Mark and drill the 1/8" holes for the mounting screws.
>De-burr all holes.
>Add silicone to the 1/8" holes.
>Put a layer of silicone on the mounting flange of the Quickie Flush.
>Attach Quickie Flush to black tank with screws.
>Wipe off excess silicone.
>Determine location for hose extension, and mount bracket.
>Shorten hose and attach with hose clamp.
The Quickie flush has a built in check valve to prevent the black water from entering the hose. The nozzle has holes in all directions to spray the inside of the tank and appears to do a good job.
Thanks for the recommendation of the clear extension...I'll get one next trip to town.
We went to Camper World yesterday and the quickie flush is now on sale for $19. As Wes said,
it was a 10 minute install.