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Old 12-09-2014, 12:29 PM   #11
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I'm confused, CT. Would your system actually use gray water to flush the toilet or simply transfer gray water to the black tank?
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Old 12-09-2014, 09:53 PM   #12
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I'm confused, CT. Would your system actually use gray water to flush the toilet or simply transfer gray water to the black tank?
Transfer only.

I suppose my transfer system idea could have incorporated a kitchen sunk hand sprayer, and spray into the toilet, but I never got that far.
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Old 12-10-2014, 02:16 AM   #13
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If you adapted the transfer line to use a hose fitting you could use a waste line clean out fitting that uses the four pins on waste line. Some have a hose fitting. Your new pump could them pump it into the black tank through the black tank Washer. Why do you want to transfer grey tank liquid into the black tank anyway?

If you use the grey water for the toilet you may want to add a filter as the grey can get sediment from the kitchen and could cause problems with the toilet. I would be worried about odor as well.
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I like the bayonet fitting idea.
I wasn't planning originally on flushing capabilities, but yes, a filter at least a strainer would be good.
I just want to extend grey tank capacity, and dilute the black as much as possible.

But the odor... Wouldn't what was being flushed be worse?
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Old 12-10-2014, 01:35 PM   #15
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If you use the grey water for the toilet you may want to add a filter as the grey can get sediment from the kitchen and could cause problems with the toilet. I would be worried about odor as well.
I think the original thought was to use shower water only (in the op attachment). One of the reasons is because there seems to be plenty of that
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I know this sounds kind of dumb, but I often shower with the plug in, and just scoop the water into the toilet when I'm done. My wife thinks I'm nuts, but it does help with not filling the grey tank so quickly. I do the same with the dishwater sometimes. We have a 197, so we aren't having to walk 50' from the sink to the toilet!
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