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Old 06-14-2015, 09:20 PM   #1
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A194HW Questions...

We are looking at getting the 2015/16 A194HW and had a few questions;

Where does the shower drain into?

Are the sink and shower drains connected together?

Any issues with the toilet setup/dumping?

Has anyone lifted their unit a couple inches for better ground clearance?

What is the bolt pattern on the rims?

We haven't been able to see one in person yet so have been relying on pictures.

Thanks in advance.

Carl
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Old 06-15-2015, 12:02 AM   #2
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A194HW Questions...

Carl I would like to know the answer to some of your questions. One answer though is your grey water from shower and sink are together and drain from sink side into the carry tote or maybe a five gallon jug. We use a 15 gallon tote. Not sure how the toilet works just yet as we've yet to use it. If it's anything like the one we had in our pop up should work fine.
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Old 06-15-2015, 08:05 AM   #3
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Welcome to the forum, Loranimal.

The A194HW has a cassette potty. Likely its a Thetford. The cassette tank that pulls out of the enclosure to be taken to a toilet or dump station for emptying. I've had these in the past, and it is a clean and easy way to dispose of the waste. I kept a box of disposable gloves stowed in the cabinet for extra assurance while servicing and handling the blue liquid chemicals.

The shower drain is just below and to the right of the door to the cassette on the entrance side of the camper. It does not connect to the sink drain. If you'll notice, the sink outlet on the service side is above the height of the shower pan so there is no way to connect them. The low outlet for the shower requires a pretty flat container, like the standard RV totes or perhaps the small, 2.5 gallon, Aquatainer. Particularly if camping on a site that requires lowering the tongue for leveling.

Here's a photo of the area showing the cassette and shower drain just below the potty compartment door.

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Thanks for the replies. Working on a deal. Hopefully something comes of it.

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Old 06-16-2015, 10:18 PM   #5
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