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Old 09-22-2016, 11:30 AM   #11
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I put a Cyclone my old RV and it solved our smell problem. No need ....so far.. with the Lex 265. I would recommend it to all.
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Old 09-22-2016, 11:35 AM   #12
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We tried the Cyclone and it worked well for awhile but when grit gets into it, you have to clean it or it will not revolve. We are now looking at the 360 Siphon vent but would like to hear from fellow RVers if they are worth it.
Absolutely worth I installed one on our previous unit, and was very happy to see that it came standard on our Berk.

As was the case with our 5er & now the Berk, we have never had any odors whatsoever.
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The only issue we've had with black tank odors is when you forget to turn off the Fantastic Fan before flushing. Do these products eliminate that?
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The only issue we've had with black tank odors is when you forget to turn off the Fantastic Fan before flushing. Do these products eliminate that?
Doubtful. The fantastic fan is creating negative pressure, so that will suck up odors from the black tank.

We are fortunate in that our toilet is in its own room so we never have used the vent fan.
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