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Old 08-12-2014, 09:44 AM   #1
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Question for those with a 33RLDS!

I am having issues with my black tank which I received many answers last week thank you almost got the dreaded mountain taken care of (thanks to previous owners). I am considering buying a wand to stick down the inside of toilet even thou I have already have the king flush. My question is does the toilet drain go straight down to black tank or is there a bit of a curve pipe down there! The products I am considering are the Valterra flexible tank wand or master blaster. Or the Camco swivel stik.

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Should be straight down in any camper. Our 33 RLDS you can see the bottom with a flashlight.
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Should be straight down in any camper. Our 33 RLDS you can see the bottom with a flashlight.
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