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Old 09-26-2018, 08:19 PM   #1
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Aim well

This is a review of an Hymer RV in England. Evidently they don't use sewer hoses. The drive over a grate and let it loose. Thankfully (or maybe not) they have a camera to help with the aim.

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Wow thatís crazy not using sewer hoses. Not sure how I feel about that. Itís definitely much easier lol
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Surprised by that considering Thomas Crapper was a Brit... Thought they would have used some of the English innovating.....
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Like most European RV's the toilet is a cassette style...cassette removes out the Hatch just aft of the battery compartment (shown)

The underbody dump is only grey water.
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Says can line the drain up with a grate. Think it would take a good shot to hit the pipe like we use this side of the pond...
But with the camera you could post how clean you flushed on U tube
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Isn't that the same kind of dump system used by buses in the US for many years?
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We were camp hosting at a COE park in AL and discovered a couple of campers dump w/o using a hose. I didn't figure out what was going on until after they had left, but the smell and mess left behind was bad. I only hope it was due to them not having a sewer hose available. I wish they would have asked, I would have loaned them one.
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Isn't that the same kind of dump system used by buses in the US for many years?
Not sure about buses. But local governments have been doing this for years with trucks equipped with a toilet. They pull over a Manhole lid on the edge of the dump valve side, open the Manhole cover pull the valve and let her rip.
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