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Old 07-18-2012, 04:38 PM   #1
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iRV2 Editor Shows How to Install 360 Roof Vent Siphon

By: Greg Gerber, Editor
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iRV2 editor shows how to install 360 roof vent siphon

(July 18, 2012) -- Some RVs will have multiple holding tanks and what is placed in the tanks needs to be vented for a number of reasons. If there is any pressure in a tank and a person opened a blade on a toilet, that could be a very unpleasant experience - therefore venting prevents any surprises, Pelchat noted. "Many RVs have original equipment caps that promote a positive pressure in the stack and therefore push out odors inside the coach," he said.

To read the story on how to install the RV 360 Products Roof Vent Siphon, click here.
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Being that my OEM roof vent cap crumbled when I took it off for an inspection (fastener installed too tight) this is a timely article. Thank you for taking the time to do this.
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Being that my OEM roof vent cap crumbled when I took it off for an inspection (fastener installed too tight) this is a timely article. Thank you for taking the time to do this.
You're welcome ... my pleasure.
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