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Old 01-06-2015, 05:59 PM   #15
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If all else fails you might try inserting a water hose thru the toilet bowl into the black tank and rinsing from there.

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Apparently you don't have a black tank flush system. If that's true then add one. After emptying the black tank put at least 5 gallons of water in the tank. As almost everyone has said, the more water the better. If you don't have a flushing wand to put down the toilet then add that to your list also. Good luck.

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You do not say if you are boodndocking or not.
If you are, then you will need to access enough water to FILL
your black tank.
If not, then fill your tank with water, drive to the next locoation
and then dump.

Problem is not enough water, dumping tank before 1/2 0r 3/4.
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Happy Camper Extreme Cleaner to fix it. Happy Camper Holding Tank Treatment to maintain it. Cheapest commercial product and actually works better than any other method commercial or home grown.

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