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Old 04-10-2016, 09:51 PM   #21
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the swivel stik worked great. It cleaned it out good. It washed out all of the toilet paper that was stuck in the pipe going to the tank. I also bought one of the clear drain pieces so I could see when the tank is clean when I am using the tank washer on the camper. Thanks for all the input. It will make the next camping trip better.
Glad to hear your success.
The right paper, plenty of water when flushing and a proper rinse with each tank dump and you'll never need the stik again......10 years and only used mine the one time.

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the swivel stik worked great. It cleaned it out good. It washed out all of the toilet paper that was stuck in the pipe going to the tank. I also bought one of the clear drain pieces so I could see when the tank is clean when I am using the tank washer on the camper. Thanks for all the input. It will make the next camping trip better.
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Are you putting the swivel stick down the toilet, or up the black water pipe? We have sensor issues on both the black and grey water tanks on our 2015 X23F, and I'm wondering if the swivel stick will fix it.
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Down the toilet. If you have a black tank wash it should take care of the inside of the tank. The swivel stick will clean the drain pipe from toilet to tank.
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