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Old 06-24-2018, 09:58 PM   #1
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Where do you keep your sewer supplies?

In the bumper? In a bag? In a sealed container? Just got a sealed container but was thinking, what if it gets all moldy sitting enclosed in a container.
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Old 06-24-2018, 10:44 PM   #2
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The hose goes in the bumper. All the rest of the fittings and a 10' garden hose, used only for sewer cleanup, go in a plastic 5 gallon bucket with a sealed lid in the storage compartment. I live in a dry climate and haven't had problems from mold. You could always take things out after a trip and let them air dry if you think it would be a problem.
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In my 5er, I keep all things "sewer" in a plastic container with unsealed lid (cleaned of course).
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Hoses go in bumper. Clear elbow in a plastic bag in a cardboard box in underneath storage. Collapsible hose for black tank flush in plastic tote.
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I made a container for hose out of pvc. Used the same aluminum strapping utility companies use to band things to power poles to strap it to bumper. Had aluminum pop rivets used on aircraft to pop rivet band to pipe and to bottom of bumper. Flush kit, hose and all other items related are in a small tub with latching lid
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Hoses go in bumper. Clear elbow in a plastic bag in a cardboard box in underneath storage. Collapsible hose for black tank flush in plastic tote.
So, I should be using a different hose for the black tank flush?
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My hoses go in the bumper. I have an inexpensive, non-airtight plastic tool box in one of the forward storage area that contains all the connections.
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Tim,

Not sure what you meant by this. Are you using your potable hose for your black tank flush?
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So, I should be using a different hose for the black tank flush?
Should not use fresh water hose for anything related to tank cleaning.
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Not sure what you meant by this. Are you using your potable hose for your black tank flush?
I'm new at this too and only have two trips in the new RV. What I did was buy a valve that I could turn on right at the RV so I could better control the flow of water when flushing the black tank. I just connected that valve to the potable water hose. I thought the water flow would prevent anything from getting onto the potable hose, but I guess I'll take another hose to be on the safe side.
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