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Old 08-25-2013, 06:56 PM   #11
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For quietest operation, get the Shurflo silencing kit posted as well as a Shurflo accumulator. Install these in about 30 minutes or so along with the foam insulation over the pressure lines and you will have a very quiet setup. I do this to all our campers plus my in-laws 25BHS and my daughters 22FB. We are a Jayco family!
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Old 08-26-2013, 07:09 PM   #12
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I installed the Shurflo silencing kit and an accumulator on my '06 Fleetwood Tioga - instant silence!! Highly recommended.
Haven't looked at my new '14 Seneca yet, but any noise, I'm installing 'em.
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Old 08-26-2013, 07:21 PM   #13
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I wrapped up my quest for water pumping silence this evening. I ended up getting it mounted to the floor from the wall. I also picked up a coupler and flexible hose from Ace hardware to go between the pex and pump. This made a huge difference. It is quiet enough that you can have a conversation, but can still be heard if you turn off the AC and radio to know if there is inadvertent flow. I'm happy with the results, and at a total cost of 10 bucks. It would vibrate the dishes in the lower cabinet before the mod. It is now the way it should have been from the factory. Now to get the quickie flush installed in the black tank. I'm accepting volunteers to drill the hole and put the quickie flush into the tank. That's a subject for another post though.
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Old 08-27-2013, 12:30 PM   #14
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Now to get the quickie flush installed in the black tank. I'm accepting volunteers to drill the hole and put the quickie flush into the tank. That's a subject for another post though.
"Quickie flush"? What be that??
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[QUOTE=troutslayer;150199]"Quickie flush"? What be that??]

A glorified spray nozzle that squirts water all over the tank to rinse out the crud.

I'm still on the fence with this one. The only place I have to install it is between all of the tank sensors. This is just above the tank drain. I don't know how well it will spray the sensors being that close to them.
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Our last two 5ers both had black tank sprayers and I use(d) them extensively. Sometimes they rinse off the sensors and sometimes they don't. Sort of a "crap" shoot. Good luck on the installation!
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