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Old 07-05-2015, 06:41 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by jddave View Post
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Re your grey tank:
We are on a 3 1/2 month trip of North America- what we find than helps is to dump all the dishwaser water into the black tank. This way the black tank gets needed head pressure to dump and the grey tank has more capacity.
Hope this helps and don't release the grey tank until the shower will not drain.
We also dump used dishwater into the black tank. It certainly stretches the capacity of the 32 gallon grey tank and the extra water helps the black tank from becoming aromatic. I think the soapy water also helps when I dump the black tank.

With only DW and I, this technique allows us to camp for over a week without having to dump the tanks. Now if a couple of grandkids are along, they do fill faster.


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Old 07-05-2015, 07:24 AM   #32
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Originally Posted by motorbreath View Post
Did it come stock with two gray tanks or is that an upgrade?
It came stock that way. We never dry camp, (just spoiled I guess) but at one of our favorite beach spots (San Onofre) some spots have water and electric only, no sewer so we dump at their dump station when we leave. But with just the wife and I, we can go about 5 days before we have to dump. Actually at that spot they have a honey truck that comes around and for $10.00 they pump your tanks where you are parked.


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