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Old 06-19-2017, 06:06 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by matthew6279 View Post
The plumbing from my hose connection to the tank will not allow this to clean the tank well.
If you mean that the piping takes a lot of twists and turns, in my experience that doesn't matter. The Flush King puts 4 or more gallons per minute backwards into the tank, which has proven sufficient to dislodge stubborn solids, even in my coach's spaghetti piping. I think the idea of having water "impinge" on the solids is somewhat overrated.

If you mean that you can't fit a Flush King (either the 45- or 90-degree version) on the outlet, yup, that's a problem.
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