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Old 07-14-2015, 06:44 AM   #11
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Always keep the tanks closed and allow to fill so that debris is flushed when you drain the tanks. Black first, then grey.

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Old 07-14-2015, 07:07 AM   #12
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1. Small pieces of food are OK to go down the drain since they will be suspended in gallons of water. You may want to (1-2x a season) dump some bleach down the sink to kill some of that odor if you ever use a tote to dump off the grey tank.

2. Those end caps from the factory don't fit to snug and seem to fall out frequently.
Here is the cap I bought that has been working well.
Buy a clear 45 degree elbow to attach at the dump valve and a 90 to attach at the
dump opening and you should be set. You don't have to spend a ton of money on
these, but a 90 is mandatory.

3. My front storage has: FW hoses and filters, tools, X-chocks, blocking and WDH bars
when not in use.
Rear storage: Lynx levelers, kids toys, black tank flush hose, sewer elbows, chairs,
folding table

4. The bunk area get hot. Put a fan on the vanity at night to push air back into the
bunk area.

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