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Old 07-10-2016, 10:43 PM   #1
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We've had our 28DSBH for about 7 months now and had it out on a few trips. There have been two occasions where the toilet is clogging where it attaches to the floor at the black tank. I've had to grab a random "Poop stick" from the campground to push the....stuff down into the tank. We had a Forest River Rockwood for 10 years prior to this TT and never had this issue before. We use the thin RV toilet so that's not the problem. It seems the lower hole to the black tank is the same size as the hole in the toilet bowl with the flush door on it. I'm tempted to remove the toilet to get a better look at what the issue is. Anybody running into this problem?
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Sorry just saw another post with the same question asked. I'll try some of the suggestions posted there
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We've had our 28DSBH for about 7 months now and had it out on a few trips. There have been two occasions where the toilet is clogging where it attaches to the floor at the black tank. I've had to grab a random "Poop stick" from the campground to push the....stuff down into the tank. We had a Forest River Rockwood for 10 years prior to this TT and never had this issue before. We use the thin RV toilet so that's not the problem. It seems the lower hole to the black tank is the same size as the hole in the toilet bowl with the flush door on it. I'm tempted to remove the toilet to get a better look at what the issue is. Anybody running into this problem?

Man there is the most folks on here with Jayco Poop issues! Does Jayco have a Poopologist onboard if not I'd like to get a job with them.

WATER makes the brown snakes swim down! Perhaps everybody needs a spoonful of Castor Oil prior to Camping. Pancakes and sausage for breakfast should be replaced with raisin bran, coffee, and psyllium fiber! LOL!
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More water would definitely help. I think we're afraid to use water because it might fill up the black tank. I started out that way, but I don't think most people have anything to worry about...at least not "normal" people anyway. We've had five of us in the camper before and never once got even close to filling the black tank in a week's long stay.
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The "pipe" going down from the toilet might be too long and not allowing material to move away in a natural manor.. when the tank is empty measure the distance from the bottom of the pipe to the bottom of the tank. The pipe should just enter the tank and NOT go to near the bottom..
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