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Old 09-14-2016, 11:30 PM   #141
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Steve is this like top secret double probation? No one really knows what time it is... etc

I bought GMG for $349.00 in Shipshewana. They have a package on the web they will ship including pellets. But I am unsure if they can find Area 51 or ship Overseas..

Turbs friend might have a better deal...??
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Old 09-15-2016, 04:34 AM   #142
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Steve is this like top secret double probation? No one really knows what time it is... etc

I bought GMG for $349.00 in Shipshewana. They have a package on the web they will ship including pellets. But I am unsure if they can find Area 51 or ship Overseas..

Turbs friend might have a better deal...??

So you bought the Davy Crockett one Brian ? What store in Shipshewana did you get it from.

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Old 09-15-2016, 10:27 AM   #143
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Isata 3 rw bathroom wash basin grey water

For those owners of the new Isata 3 RW, be aware that your wash water from the bathroom sink drains into the BLACKWATER tank, not the grey water as one would expect. If one is not hooked up, one could easily fill their blackwater tank with grey water. A VERY POOR DESIGN, in addition to the GLASS BOWL wash basin which limits the amount of movement one has when washing one's face since other than cautious movement will cause one to hit their head on the cabinet above the bowl.
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With the shower, kitchen sink and lav all dumping into the gray tank, it is normally the first one full. So it's actually pretty common to put a lower volume item into the black. If you took a poll here, I'm guessing most people would rather have a larger gray tank than black. Space and standardizing tanks sometimes prohibit that, so we try and achieve the same thing in different ways.

As for the vessel bowl...to try and get that size bowl down into the lav, you would have no room for anything else and the lav would have to get bigger or it would have to be a much smaller bowl...think dentist sink. It's also a style thing...some people love it, some people don't.
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Isata 3 rw bathroom wash basin grey water

We appreciate your prompt response.

We disagree that it is common to direct the grey water into the black tank. This is our fifth RV and it is the first one that directs grey water into the black. With solar panels, a generator, we would be able to spend many days away from hookups. In numerous sites, one can discharge their grey water into the ground. Black water can not be discharged except into a designated receptacle. If we had been advised of this feature we would not have purchased this RV, in addition to all of the other problems associated with this RV which has limited our use since purchase, we would gladly sell it back to Dynamax.

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We disagree that it is common to direct the grey water into the black tank. This is our fifth RV and it is the first one that directs grey water into the black. With solar panels, a generator, we would be able to spend many days away from hookups. In numerous sites, one can discharge their grey water into the ground. Black water can not be discharged except into a designated receptacle. If we had been advised of this feature we would not have purchased this RV, in addition to all of the other problems associated with this RV which has limited our use since purchase, we would gladly sell it back to Dynamax.



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Holy hand washing How much darn water do you use in the bathroom sink to rapidly fill your black tank??????? smh

I WISH my bathroom sink flowed into my black tank to help fill it with water!

Oh and FYI it is somewhat common to route a low level use grey water drain to a black tank.
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Old 09-28-2016, 08:21 AM   #150
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My 1/2 bath sink flowed into my black tank and I had 5 tanks totaling over 200 gallons, was never an issue. If you must, wash hands in kitchen sink, then you can illegally (at least in most places) drain your gray tank onto the ground, as you mentioned.
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