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Old 06-10-2019, 07:15 PM   #1
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Shurflo sewer adapter

I just purchesed a 2007 Roadtrek 170 Popular. The maserator hose is supposted to attach to a black plug or sewer adapter that fits in the sewer pipe. Mine is missing. I have searched the web for 2 hours and cant find one. Anybody ever purchase one?? if so where did you get it??
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Our 210V has a 1" ID barb to threaded elbow, 1" threaded PVC ball valve and 3" rubber donut. I added a 3/4" garden hose adapter. Here's a picture minus the rubber donut (which we don't use):
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I quickly searched on the internet and found something close from cleandump:

Drip Proof Shut Off Valve, Model CDV1

You can buy everything for the stock setup except for the rubber donut at your local hardware store. However I think the threaded adapter that the clean dump version includes is a good idea, you'd have to purchase a 1" threaded to barb adapter to use it with your current hose.
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