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Old 12-12-2013, 07:43 PM   #11
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I was going to suggest the same thing especially if you have a straight adjustable nozzle and have someone turn the water on after you shove the hose & nozzle down the stack.
A trigger nozzle would be handy.
With luck a little water weight will be enough.
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A trigger nozzle would be handy.
With luck a little water weight will be enough.
Don't know how you'd get a trigger nozzle down the stack.
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Don't know how you'd get a trigger nozzle down the stack.
No need.
Just point and blast, it would be what about 8-9 feet straight down.
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No need.
Just point and blast, it would be what about 8-9 feet straight down.
I was figuring on shoving the straight nozzle down and actually into the tank and let it blast away at a possible mound.
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I was figuring on shoving the straight nozzle down and actually into the tank and let it blast away at a possible mound.
Ah, that would work.
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Old 12-12-2013, 09:11 PM   #16
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It's working now. It was an old-fashioned clogged drain pipe. I noticed it when the tank was empty but the water in bowl would only go down real slow. I broke loose the connection of the sewer pipe where it goes into the ground and that should have given me positive ventilation in the tank,,,,when the water in the bowl wouldn't go down, I figured it was a clog at one of the bends. Probably from a bad ratio of paper to water. I didn't think I would need a plunger after moving into the RV, I was wrong, so I had to run to the store to get one. Got a fancy one, it cleared the clog. I'm back in business. Thanks again for ya'll's help
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