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Old 08-14-2015, 03:58 PM   #1
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P.Park black tank flush hoses ?

Hello I have got 2 trips in my new tt now , and both PP I have been to have black tank flushes like this one ? I've tried holding it to my hose , and right to the fitting itself on side of tt. I can't get it to flush out tank water just sprays all over. Anyone else seen these ? I thought there would just be a tap there to attach my hose to?
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Here is a pic of the whole water flush stand.
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Old 08-14-2015, 04:38 PM   #3
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That is just to rinse out your hoses and spray any spillage into the drain.
Busy sani dumps often only have this and not a hose hookup to prevent people spending up to 30 minutes rinsing their tanks to perfection and causing a long lineup of trailers waiting top dump. Ask me how I know.
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This has been a major frustration for me with the Provincial Parks in Ontario. They are pretty much all the same, like your picture shows. Which park is that by the way? I am adamant about a proper black tank cleaning including using the flush and their set ups don't allow it.

I have come up with a mod that allows me to use the remaining on board fresh water to rinse the black tank by using the trailer's pump and outdoor shower. You should be able to find it if you search the Mods section and I know it would work on your 26BH since the outdoor shower is right beside the black tank flush port. I haven't actually tried it out yet, and I'm hoping the pressure is enough, but it cost me under $15 for the brass connector, 6 foot length of hose, and back flow preventer (came with my clear elbow for sewer port).
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Seen similar setups. A "water bandit" a thumb screw version of a radiator clamp, a short section of hose, and you will be good to go. Just never use that hose and bandit for you FW tank after using it on the sewer system.
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This has been a major frustration for me with the Provincial Parks in Ontario. They are pretty much all the same, like your picture shows. Which park is that by the way? I am adamant about a proper black tank cleaning including using the flush and their set ups don't allow it.

I have come up with a mod that allows me to use the remaining on board fresh water to rinse the black tank by using the trailer's pump and outdoor shower. You should be able to find it if you search the Mods section and I know it would work on your 26BH since the outdoor shower is right beside the black tank flush port. I haven't actually tried it out yet, and I'm hoping the pressure is enough, but it cost me under $15 for the brass connector, 6 foot length of hose, and back flow preventer (came with my clear elbow for sewer port).
That was from Romdaeu Bay PP. Also McRae PP is the same so I'm thinking all our parks in Ontario are like this. You read my mind on making attachment from sink to flush out from FW tank. Want it easy and clean maybe change tap to have a threaded end for hose ?
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