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Old 03-20-2014, 11:08 PM   #11
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Youroo: You're not listening, im raising a 5 year old by myself.


Many of us have had 5 year olds (I have had a one/two/five year old at the same time)... don't sweat the small stuff. Flooding the camper a time or two or three.... It is part of the learn and growing and bonding process. Turn that frown upside down enjoy the flooding and drying out together. This is what makes memoirs along the journey.

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Old 03-20-2014, 11:28 PM   #12
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I do believe the vast majority of us have dealt with 5 yr olds. Do like Brother Les suggested and turn that frown upside down and smile and enjoy!

p.s. Chin up, the things they get into will get a lot worse than just overflowing a sink. Wait til he/she stuffs something in the toilet and keeps the water running.
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Old 03-21-2014, 09:56 AM   #13
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Crap, you guys are making me feel bad. I am the one who flooded my outdoor sink twice. No 5 year old needed.

Good posts and the marine fitting looks like it should fit the bill.
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Old 03-21-2014, 11:01 AM   #14
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Lol you guys are probably right .... Forgot to mention that im also addicted to projects and i'll order that valve its only 10$. Will have to wait till all this white stuff goes away. Unfortunately they just called for another 10cm of snow

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Lol you guys are probably right .... Forgot to mention that im also addicted to projects and i'll order that valve its only 10$. Will have to wait till all this white stuff goes away. Unfortunately they just called for another 10cm of snow

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Just a note, remember you still have to hook a hose to the end and connect it to the drain pipe, so you might consider buying 2 if it will fit into the drain pipe. Just a thought.
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At the pipe end i will be putting in a dishwasher drain attatchement.

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