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Old 05-05-2005, 05:41 PM   #1
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This situation seems unususl. I bought a coupling with a spray attachment to give the tank a douche after dumping and clean out the hose. Are there other considerations I might need to be made aware of?

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This situation seems unususl. I bought a coupling with a spray attachment to give the tank a douche after dumping and clean out the hose. Are there other considerations I might need to be made aware of?

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The size MH you have didn't have enough room to place two tanks because of weight limitations of the axel. I have a 1&1/2 bath coach the 1/2 bath toilet an sink share the same holding tank 50 gallons. If you need to know the size of yours you may find a stamped impression on the wall of tank. Everything in yours empty's into the one tank. You can use the spray attachment if you want, with all that water you may not need it. ---"007"
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Why there is only one tank is obvious but I am trying to learn how to deal with it. The tank is supposed to be 26 gallons, the same as the fresh water tank. The wife and I used about a tanks worth of each in about two days. You comment about the black water being diluted so much is interesting. The spray coupling seems to work fine. I really want to get the dump hose clean.

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The spray coupling needs a hose dedicated for it to flush out tank, use a check valve on hose an use it to flush out dump hose. --"007"
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Got the special hose and check valve. It worked well except that the few dump stations I have seen seem to have a rinse "wand" that is incompatable with garden hose fittings.

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