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Old 06-02-2013, 10:29 PM   #561
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We have to dump every day on gray water in the tank with a shower for a family of 5 with short showers
Is that while on full hookups?
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Yep... Just looked at the specs. Except the OK tank. I don't think it can be 42 can it?
It's 42 from what I know- silly if you ask me, but it is. I still wish they plumbed the 1/2 bath sink to that tank instead of the black. But there's likely a reason. I know it takes over 10 minutes to fill by running that sink faucet.

On the bright-side, when you overflow that sink (twice.. doh!), it doesn't flow back into the bedroom since it's on a slide.
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We have to dump every day on gray water in the tank with a shower for a family of 5 with short showers
My family of 3-4 does the same. If I'm on full hookups, I usually leave the gray open. If I'm without sewer hookups, we use the bathhouse.
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Seems to fill way to fast to be 42. I agree on the plumbing, but oh well. Way too many things I like about it to worry about that one.
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We have everything but sewer hookups where we are at. We have a 1 year old so the bathhouse are a negative. They have a pump out service here though. I wish the tanks held more though. It seems as though the kitchen sink tanks is filling up quick. We have not washes much and it is 2/3 full and it was emptied this morning. Where does the washer empty into?
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We have everything but sewer hookups where we are at. We have a 1 year old so the bathhouse are a negative. They have a pump out service here though. I wish the tanks held more though. It seems as though the kitchen sink tanks is filling up quick. We have not washes much and it is 2/3 full and it was emptied this morning. Where does the washer empty into?
Don't know about that one as we don't have a washer, but my guess would be the same gray as the shower.

My kitchen fills slow but unless we are on full hookups we fill one side half full with hot soapy water and the other with cold water to rinse. Camping with electric only helped us learn how to conserve quite a bit. My biggest problem then is running out of fresh water. Bought a 5 gallon water container and a battery operated siphon to refill with.
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What is the coldest setting on the outside kitchen fridge?
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Cold enough to freeze beverages in my case.
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Cold enough to freeze beverages in my case.
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Is it 1 or 7? Mine don't seem to be getting that cold on 7 so I turned it to 1 and I am waiting to see what happens. I had it in 7 and some meat ruined in it.
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