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Old 05-14-2014, 06:42 PM   #15
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Repaired would be broken or leaking plumbing. Replaced would be the cheater vents under the sinks.
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"either something in the waste water needs to be repaired,(or replaced )
a bit ambiguous
Sorry for the ambiguous post.

What I was trying to explain, (without a long dissertation), is this:

If/when everything is working properly, you will NEVER smell sewage inside a RV.
If you DO smell sewage/waist water in your RV, either:
1.) Something in the waste water system needs to be
repaired/replaced)
...(a toilet seal, a admittance valve, a cracked pipe or P-trap, a plugged vent pipe, etc.)
2.) You're doing something wrong..... (like running a vent fan while flushing).

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Is that "un-ambiguous" enough?
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Thanks to everyone for the input. Gives me a starting point.
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