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Old 08-19-2016, 08:10 AM   #11
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Hose is still the best

Thank you RockfordRoo for posting that great Youtube video. My conclusion of filling the tank for several flushes seems to be the best option. I am so glad I watched that video. The same situation is happening to me as in the video. No matter what I do, there are still huge "floaters" inside the tank after flushing. I am going to buy a faucet hose attachment and fill the tank until floaters are gone. We only camp once every month and would really like the tank free of poop when we leave for the summer. Summer heat in Texas is 110 degrees with internal camper temps higher. Can make for a stinky combo!

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