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Old 02-20-2013, 04:58 PM   #1
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Does anyone have any experience with the product Sewer Solution? Seems like a great idea but want to hear from the "experts"!
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Does anyone have any experience with the product Sewer Solution? Seems like a great idea but want to hear from the "experts"!
Never heard of it but I'm interested. What is it?
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I was going to get one all the reading I did was all good, they seem to work well and can pump up hill a bit, the only down side is you need to hook it up to water pressure, thats the only reason I havent got one and have to go to the mascreator 12volt type, otherwise I would have a sewer solution.

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Does anyone have any experience with the product Sewer Solution? Seems like a great idea but want to hear from the "experts"!
Never heard of it but I'm interested. What is it?

Kind of answered my own question but now I'm interested if anyone else has used it.

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I've had one for about 4 years or so. I like it, I leave the unit on all the time and the hose coiled up with Velcro. I have a dump in my RV Garage but I don't need it for there. I made a special "Y" hose that has a shut offs and one hose rinses the tanks and the other provides water to the Sewer Solution. After you dump your Black then Grey the hose is clean and no more rinsing is needed. Inside my wet bay it had a outdoor shower which I never used so I adapted it to a male hose end and have dumped with just the pressure of my water pump. I use vacuum breakers on both lines to prevent any back flow issues. If you don't have a dump at home and your clean out is close enough by you can use it to empty your tanks at home.
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I have one and it works great! I use it to dump tanks at home, which involves going up about 3 feet then down 6 feet to a drain. That's with a 20 foot extension hose attached, (from Home Depot) that doesn't slow it down at all. When I'm done dumping and flushing the tanks, letting it run another 10 minutes and it's clean and odor free. I still use the 'stinky slinky' for in campgrounds and at dump stations, too hard to have fresh water to flush, but for uphill situation it works as advertised.
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Howdy!

We have been using one now for over six years of fulltiming still going strong. Would not be without it. We only carry a stinky slinky to use at a dump station.

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Use it to dump at home and where campground sewer conections are uphill. The big draw back is the longer time to drain the tanks.

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But if you add the total time to get out , hook up, clean out and put away a Slinky Hose you'll find there is hardly any difference . I haven't removed mine since I bought it. And since the inside of the Sewer Solution hose is smooth your grey water cleans it really well. And being retired I'm in no hurry for anything anymore ! It's great !
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I've had mine for almost four years and love it. It's very easy to dump at home when necessary. I modified my wet bay connections so I can run everything off of one inlet hose.
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I've had mine for almost four years and love it. It's very easy to dump at home when necessary. I modified my wet bay connections so I can run everything off of one inlet hose.
Here's a link that will hopefully work:
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Have it, use it, like it. I too dump at home. I put in a 1in pipe to the cleanout. No stinky no slinky.
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Got one, like it use it at home. Pumping 70 ft. easily. Fitting supplied with it fits right into cleanout.
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I've had mine for almost four years and love it. It's very easy to dump at home when necessary. I modified my wet bay connections so I can run everything off of one inlet hose.
Nice setup.
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