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Old 06-13-2013, 08:13 AM   #1
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New Black Flush Inlet Finally Installed

Figured I'd post this over here on the sunseeker side as well. Finally got around to rerouting the black flush inlet to where I think it should be, by the sewer dump. Thanks to ATVer for giving me a little guidance on where things were. I was going to keep the original line and the new one both plumbed in, but capped the passenger side one as I knew I'd never need it. Very easy to put back original if need be. If anyone wants to see a few more pictures, look in my photo albums under "New Black Flush Inlet". Pretty easy install with only a few things to cut and modify.
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Old 06-14-2013, 11:15 AM   #2
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Didn't notice this before but it appears the line where it goes through the filter area is a low point and won't drain so you would have to air blow or pump some antifreeze in for winter. However In LA you probably don't have to winterize.
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Old 06-14-2013, 11:27 AM   #3
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It's hard to really see everything in the picture, but the hot / cold low point drains are on the far left. Wish they'd have put valves, but they just got caps under the MH. May add that later. As for winterizing, never done it in the 10+ years we've been RVing. It's either in the enclosed shop, or being used year round. We're not seasonal campers. Hot, cold, don't matter, we're going. Just gotta use precautionary measures in the extreme cold. Usually run off water tank and fill once a day then. Got a temp sensor by the water filter area, and with the ducted heat, its never got below mid 40's.
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