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Old 03-01-2021, 08:18 PM   #1
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Plunger for the RV

DW came in saying the guy from the CruiseAmerica class C across the road asked if we had a plunger he could borrow. She responded to him that she has never seen a plunger being used in an RV and we don’t have one. She said he responded with “well you are lucky was going to ask the campground maintenance people.”

I was going to go over and see if they got stuff ‘cleared up’ and maybe suggest a hose or a stick, but they took off.
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I've seen some " weird " toilet plumbing in RVs ; undersize pipe from the toilet to the tank 2" , too many sharp turns ( 90 degrees) , and a 6' to 8' run to the black tank with virtually no slope. All to make the " designers ideal " floor plan work . Lots of layouts that require a plunger or a snake ; often .

I'll take my 3" pipe with 2 , 22.5 degree fittings over the 15" drop to the tank any day . Floor plan might be what some consider awkward , but it works for us.
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I don't think I would let a stranger use my plunger! That just sounds weird to me! Almost like letting someone use my toothbrush!
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I have one for my Vaccuflush, great to have when the grandkids are with us. When the five year old GD is around you gotta lockup the TP. And the amount that she can deposit at one sitting is mind boggling.
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I don't think I would let a stranger use my plunger! That just sounds weird to me! Almost like letting someone use my toothbrush!
First time I have heard of anyone having an intimate relationship with a plunger. Is it something that developed over time?
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