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Old 04-15-2014, 10:50 AM   #11
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How about a Macerator pump .
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Old 04-15-2014, 11:39 AM   #12
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How about a Macerator pump .
I looked at those, but I wasn't ready to drop the coin on that. The Sewer Solution seemed to be just the ticket, and I could get away with spending the money without much more than a little "side-eye" from DW.

As of yet, I have no real reason for either one, I just thought it would be nice to "someday" have the ability to dump in my driveway. When/if the need ever actually arises, I'll address it then...
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The SS works similar to a macerator. The water jet pretty much shreds all the paper and "solids" that flow out of the black tank. Plus the water jet keeps the line reasonably clean, wouldn't recommend drinking from it but you know what I mean.
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The SS works similar to a macerator. The water jet pretty much shreds all the paper and "solids" that flow out of the black tank. Plus the water jet keeps the line reasonably clean, wouldn't recommend drinking from it but you know what I mean.

That's the great thing about the SS, it's like a macerator but without that pesky motor that you need power for and can overheat and burn up...
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It's also relatively "clean". In the now gone X23B storage was an issue for it. I finally got a plastic tub that would hold all the sewer stuff and it lived in the shower pan till we arrived at the campsite. I would leave the lid off while in storage and transit to prevent mold and never had any "odors". At camp the bin would fit under the TT and was out of the way. I used the slinky included in my starter kit once before getting the SS.
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