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Old 04-06-2014, 04:40 PM   #15
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As long as you have water in the toilet, no problem with the fan and odors. If for some reason the water goes away the fan will exacerbate the odor problem. This is my experience, unfortunately...
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Old 04-06-2014, 04:45 PM   #16
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No odor out of our tank with the fan running. I suppose without proper treatment of the tank you will develop some odor. We use RV Digest-It made by Unique and haven't had any problems.
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Old 04-06-2014, 05:19 PM   #17
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Well mine does not do that , but I guess if you stood there with toilet valve open marveling at what you had just accomplished for a long period of time thn I bet the answer would be different!
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Old 04-07-2014, 01:06 AM   #18
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MAN G, i don't think most caught your joke but that was funny!……….Booming Jasmine LOL! We have vacuum toilets so no problem here.
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I can tell you in our coach you don't want to flush while opening the cabinet to the left - or stuff falls in the toilet - no, not done it "yet" but DW and I noticed the potential for sure.
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Old 04-07-2014, 06:25 PM   #20
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MAN G, i don't think most caught your joke but that was funny!……….Booming Jasmine LOL!
Sorry that you are in the minority... mostly its just the DW that laughs at my jokes. Glad I could bring a moment of happiness to your day.
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Boney butt people don't provide the perfect seal required to keep the smell in the tank.
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I can tell you in our coach you don't want to flush while opening the cabinet to the left - or stuff falls in the toilet - no, not done it "yet" but DW and I noticed the potential for sure.
Its a right of passage that we all go through. Usually its the last roll in the cabinet and the bowl is full of H2O or something.
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I don't get an odor when I flush with the vent fan on. But , to be honest, I did, after about 4 or 5 days of use, I would get an odor every time I flushed, vent fan on or off.
I installed this, Have not had any odor, under any conditions. Worth the money.

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"If you have your bathroom window open, or your door ajar you won't get an odor from the black tank or it will be minimal."

For you professionals on this thread.........what is "minimal" black tank odor???
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"If you have your bathroom window open, or your door ajar you won't get an odor from the black tank or it will be minimal."

For you professionals on this thread.........what is "minimal" black tank odor???
I'm no professional, but if the odor makes your eyes tear up but the wall paper is unaffected...that could be considered 'minimal'.
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Mine doesn't smell at all...after I flush that is!
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Depends on occupant at the time. The black tank odor may be the better of the options.

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