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Old 11-03-2015, 11:00 PM   #1
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Campground Sewer Connection

We RV a lot at Washington State campgrounds... They have aniquated sewer connections that are parallel to the ground.. (see picture).. I use a Rhino Flex hose that has a 90 bend at the connection point.. (see picture).. with the attachment on the end of the hose it is extremely difficult to connect and make it stay in the campground sewer connection.. Camco does not make a straight output connection to put on the hose.. so.... what would you use?
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Old 11-03-2015, 11:23 PM   #2
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Take the 90 off and put hose in the hole. Not much else you can do.
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I just put the 90 in and back it up with a big rock or log. most of the ones around the coast and OLYPEN are flush with the ground....
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Old 11-04-2015, 01:41 AM   #4
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Purchase a cheep hose and fitting to attach to the end of your good hose. The hose only needs to a a foot or two long to go into the hole. (you did say that you visit the state parks on many times. It will be a cheep fix and stop the change of the hose coming loose. Don't forget to wear your gloves when handling sewer lines.
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Purchase a cheep hose and fitting to attach to the end of your good hose. The hose only needs to a a foot or two long to go into the hole. (you did say that you visit the state parks on many times. It will be a cheep fix and stop the change of the hose coming loose. Don't forget to wear your gloves when handling sewer lines.
X2 or if in a pinch take the fitting off the end of the Rino hose they screw off easily.

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