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Old 09-15-2015, 11:36 PM   #1
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Dual sewage outlets

I have never bothered with full service sites, so I am new to the whole " sewer hose hookups ".

My sabre has two drains. Do we just hook up two hoses, into a Y adapter, then into the ground?

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Old 09-15-2015, 11:46 PM   #2
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Thats what you suppose to do, buy more parts for the stinky slinky. I am too cheap and seldom have sewer. I use one hose and alternate between the two tank drains.
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Old 09-16-2015, 08:25 PM   #3
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I drain one at a time but ONLY when full
Never leave the valves open.

Black tank should be drained first then greys.

Kind of pointless to buy all the extra hose and y when your only going to dump when full.

Just move the hose.

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Some models like mine have the 2nd grey (kitchen) dump valve under slide. So I went with a cap for that valve that has a garden hose outlet. One could put a shut off on the hose, then open the valve, then when kitchen tank is full open shut off. My sewer hose end that goes into ground pipe has a place to hook up the garden hose, so a short piece of garden hose could be put on there,joining the two together, there-by having an enclosed system.When draining black, turn off garden hose valve, drain black, then front grey. All this depends on how long we'll be at the site as to how many dishes and so-forth the sink gets used
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Hard plumb the rear tank into the front and forget about moving a hose and crawling under a slide and all that crazy stuff.
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We mostly stay 1,2 or 3 days at one spot. with 2 or 3 adults. We have not needed to drain the galley tanks constant but maybe after several days and also the black tank. So pluming the two together for us seems like its not needed compared to such little work as switching the hoses every few days to drain..
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We mostly stay 1,2 or 3 days at one spot. with 2 or 3 adults. We have not needed to drain the galley tanks constant but maybe after several days and also the black tank. So pluming the two together for us seems like its not needed compared to such little work as switching the hoses every few days to drain..
About 3-4 hrs work and $25 cures the problem permanently!
Older folks have a problem crawling around on their knees under a slide.
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Hard plumb the rear tank into the front and forget about moving a hose and crawling under a slide and all that crazy stuff.
Wife does it. what did you use to glue the stuff together at the kitchen end?
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Wife does it. what did you use to glue the stuff together at the kitchen end?
Regular glue for sewer pipes, what else would you use?
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Regular glue for sewer pipes, what else would you use?
Duck tape???
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