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Old 01-01-2015, 09:56 AM   #43
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Originally Posted by jtermini30 View Post

Has anyone used the Waste Master system with the bayonet fittings? Doesn't look as compact as their other product but much more industrial looking.
Waste Master and Drain Master look almost identical. In fact both they are both sold by the same company.

Sewer Hose Systems | Drain Master

I would not hesitate to buy either one.

However, after traveling all over North America my only recommendation is to carry some adapters to to extend the opening to the sewer connection so that it is higher because I have been places where I even had difficulty hooking up my smaller 90 degree elbow that my 3 inch stinky slinky uses.

The Drain Master and Waste Master units have much larger sewer nozzles but they are also taller so it may not be a problem.

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Old 01-03-2015, 07:41 PM   #44
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I was dumping again today. Before I did I pulled the "NEW REPLACEMENT" bayonet adapter off to check the condition of the gasket. It was hanging by a thread. I tried to re-glue it with some Henry 212 but I think I didn't wait long enough for it to set up. I hope I have not lost this gasket too.

I did figure out what is going wrong. The gasket is spongy. When the bayonet fitting compresses it it is squeezed into the pipe and off the glue that is supposed to hold it.

I think this can be fixed with some thin acrylic around the inner circumference of the gasket and about 3/8 to 1/2" wide. If this is glued in place the gasket will have to stay put. The acrylic needs to be flush with the top of the gasket and extend into the adapter. If a snug fit on the ends, as the gasket pushes against it the acrylic will get more ridged.

Now I hope I still have a gasket to work with. We break camp in the morning. I will know then.

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In the last few years I have bought many different sewer hoses. I bought a 15 foot expandable made by Dominator it is great problem solved. I notice Camping World is now carrying them . Buy one you won't be disappointed 😀

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