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Old 03-23-2012, 07:49 PM   #11
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Old 03-23-2012, 08:04 PM   #12
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Okay, possibly dumb question...I have a 2012 32bhds and wondering why it's bad for the rear sink drain into black water tank?
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Old 03-23-2012, 08:29 PM   #13
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Okay, possibly dumb question...I have a 2012 32bhds and wondering why it's bad for the rear sink drain into black water tank?

I dont think it's bad per say, but if you ever overfilled your black tank, it would back up into that sink. Plus, if your trying to conserve space in your black tank, you have to be careful of how much you use that sink.
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Has anyone ever looked into replacing the outdoor fridge into a propane and electric. I saw one TT with that option with a different manufacture. The exhaust would be the biggest obstacle I think. Not sure if it is even possible.

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Okay, possibly dumb question...I have a 2012 32bhds and wondering why it's bad for the rear sink drain into black water tank?
Not bad at all, if you know it does drain into the black tank, I didn't and I had already filled the blank tank and was going to fill the grey water tank thru that sink with a hose for flushing. I guess the black water was going up the vent because it popped the hose out of the sink drain and head pressure. Lucky the hose came out or it would have been running down the side of my TT.

I have actually seen the advanages of it draining into the black tank

1. I don't have to attach a backflush because all I have to do is turn the sink on to flush the tank
2. I can flush he black tank with hot water!
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I'm hoping that we use the public restrooms as much as possible. But, to be clear, all the sinks, except the outside kitchen, will drain into the grey tank?
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I'm hoping that we use the public restrooms as much as possible. But, to be clear, all the sinks, except the outside kitchen, will drain into the grey tank?

That is correct.
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This 2010 JOF thread also has some interesting discussion about the 32BHDS Outdoor Kitchen sink draining into the black water tank and one owner's Mod (see Reply #9), which allowed the 32BHDS owner to turn a valve and select drainage into either the black or grey tank.


https://www.jaycoowners.com/showthrea...eferrerid=3537

I like having the sink's contribution to diluting the black water tank.

I haven't had the nasty back-up problem in nearly 2 years, but thanks for the warning.

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I'm hoping that we use the public restrooms as much as possible. But, to be clear, all the sinks, except the outside kitchen, will drain into the grey tank?
I love having a restroom in the TT and I also know who has sat on the toilet. The only time I would use the public restroom is if.....no I wouldn't.
If you only use it for emergencies you might as well use it all the time. You will need to flush it anyway. Just my opinion on the subject.
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I love having a restroom in the TT and I also know who has sat on the toilet. The only time I would use the public restroom is if.....no I wouldn't.
If you only use it for emergencies you might as well use it all the time. You will need to flush it anyway. Just my opinion on the subject.
Very true!! I wonder how many amps the glade plug ins use?! Lol!! I may have to look that one up!
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