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Old 08-26-2010, 09:55 AM   #29
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After months and years of use, the tanks do need the ocassional deep clean.

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We drive with the front wdos open (weather and road noise permitting) and the rear bedroom wdos cracked. This seems to eliminate most of the odors - fresh air coming in, 'stale' air going out. Always re-fill traps after dumping, and put drain plugs in also. Be sure to leave some liquid in the tanks, and add 2 cups of vinegar.

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People pay alot of money for that smell when staying in Venice italy.
On the bottom floors of some old residences/rentals etc it always reminded me of a "loaded RV"
Now when that occurs in our RV I pretend Im in Venice,makes it a little moore tolerable

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Hi All,

Need some help with a plumbing problem.

I have owned a 2000 HR Admiral for 4 years now and love it but the last coulple of trips we started getting the smell while on the road. Now it is really bad and I just cannot seem to find the source.

I pulled the toilet from the tank and tore up the pesdistal because I suspected a leak between the toilet and the tank. That seems to be fine. There does not look to be a vaccume break valve on the back or the toilet bowl.

What gives?

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