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Old 05-08-2014, 01:20 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by gsalsa06 View Post
Yes, that is the same elbow that I have. Thanks for the replies. I'll keep practicing. Practice makes perfect as they say.
The issue you are having is that water does not flow uphill (unless you move the hill/slinky). I have been at cg's where the pad is lower than the sewer inlet and just actually a little lower than my drain port. At those times I have to extend the levellers or allow enough time to work with the drain hose to empty the tanks. The worse are the ones that enclose the sewer port within a concrete coffer dam (up and over). All you can do is elevate your rig if possible and/or take your time working with the sewer hose. Good luck.

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