Boso : quote: ....and the tank should always have some water in it in mine I put chemicals and water in it a gallon or so
A 'gallon or so'... along with 'chemicals'.... hmmmmm
just how long do you think that 'gallon' is going to stay in the tank with out evaporating out the vent ?
Putting the 'chemicals' in a 'gallon or so'....why?
Why waste putting any chemicals in a 'damp tank'
.... unless you have a very smelly tank and love supporting those RV chemical companies....or is it just to smell those lovely chemicals.
Do the switch to the Geo Method.... save your money....they are holding tanks 'not' septic tanks like some are lead to believe.
After a month or so out camping I always return home with 'clean dry tanks'. Then before the next trip I charge up the tanks with the 'geo method'.
Never have had a problem with the sensors, don't waste my money on expensive rv chemicals.... and I always fill and flush
my tanks when I depart my rented rv camp spot.... not to 'toot-toot' my own horn...but I do not experience any foul sewer odor from my clean dry tanks.
To top it off.... I am a very etiquette camper
'07 WildCat 30 RLBS ~ West Coast Edition ~
Trail Air - Tri Glide Pin Box
2000 F350 DRW 7.3 Diesel Lariat 89k miles
Edge programmer, 4" SS exhaust turbo/back
Vancouver Island, B.C., Canada