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Old 05-26-2013, 07:31 PM   #11
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Anything works for some people, if only to fill the tank. but I can't see it working any better than just filling the tank and emptying it. UNLESS there is a clog and the back flush would be helpful if it is strong enough.

IMO of course.
I agree - I'm done here.
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Old 05-26-2013, 07:42 PM   #12
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I bought the Valterra HydroFlush for my 1/2 bath tank which doesn't have a flush on it. Problem is, there are turns to my piping between the sewer connection and tank. I don't see any appreciable amount of water making it back into the tank. If I had looked at my plumbing ahead of time, I would NOT have bought it.

I also imagine that there are very few tanks/plumbing setups that this would work for.

My RV is at the service center and one of the things they're doing is installing a tank flush onto that 1/2 bath tank.
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