Originally Posted by kellogg
We tried this type flushing device and we ran it for four hours straight. It made no difference in our sewer tank problem. My wife is now pushing for me to have the tank replaced instead of just trying to clean it out. She thinks this is the only way we can be certain that the tank will be 100% clean. I'm beginning to agree with her because even if the dealer is able to clean the tank it'll still cost couple of hundred dollars at $100 per hour labor rate and we will never be certain if the tank is completely empty. It may make sense to spent $200-$300 extra and be 100% sure of the sewer tank condition.
My experience with this device is the same as yours. It is junk. No way to get enough pressure to the black tank. Water fills the sewer pipe and you are trying to push against the clog with a rope.
Have you tried a flush wand? The one that snakes down the toilet and used water full force? This may not work because of the "tower of doom" right under the toilet spud.
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