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Old 06-15-2013, 08:09 PM   #15
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The Geo Method does a good job of keeping the tank clean and the gauges working,


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The Geo Method does a good job of keeping the tank clean and the gauges working,
Thanks for the posting! I pulled up Geo Method on line, https://sites.google.com/site/cbruni/ Part of it I had already figured out by default, but learned quite a bit more like on the softener.

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I strongly suggest filling and dumping a couple times. Then pour in double what the bottle says of Pure Power. Then let it sit at least three days. The enzyme can eat the sludge off the tank walls. Drive around the block if possible to stir it up some.... them empty and flush again. Then add a couple more ounces as just a deodorizer. I think this may solve your stink. The slime on the tank walls can really give off a stench. Hope this helps. Worked for me and made my sensors work again.
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Quit drinking Pabst and the smell should go away

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