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Old 04-14-2013, 11:40 AM   #15
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After I dump and flush the tank I always let some water stay in the tank. That way the paper is never able to dry in the tank. The only time the tank is dumped,flushed,flushed and flushed and emptied is when I store the MH.
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Never had an issue. We use Angle Soft from WalMart, along with my version of the GEO method. Also plenty of water when flushing. Just think of how much water is in that tank on the back of the john at home!! Oh...and all of my sensors work all of the time.
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glad to hear "angel soft" is ok as dw only "goes" with it.
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