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Old 12-15-2018, 06:40 PM   #1
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Need to hook up 2 cleanout hoses

I have a 15 ft. hose on the front cleanout and need to connect another hose to the rear cleanout. I bought the 10ft. extension hose pictured and came up about a foot short. I bought another 15ft hose but need to figure out how to connect the two. I was going that the termination fitting would go the trick. However, when I take off the end piece of the cleanout hose it doesn't fit inside or outside of the termination fitting.
Yes, I did look for a longer extension hose that is more than 10 ft but couldn't find it do that's why I bought the 15 footer and termination fitting thinking that would do the trick.
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To connect the front and rear hoses get a Y connector. or maybe I am not understanding what you are trying to do........

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Old 12-15-2018, 07:41 PM   #4
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Get it here:

https://www.amazon.com/Camco-RhinoFL.../dp/B002OUIXU8
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Old 12-15-2018, 07:42 PM   #5
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no adapter needed, just connect the two orange male and female ends
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Old 12-15-2018, 08:27 PM   #6
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Wayne O, it seems we are all a little confused as to what exactly you are trying to accomplish.

Are you trying to connect two lengths of hose together?

Or are you trying to connect one hose from one sewer port on the camper in conjunction with a second hose from a sewer port on the camper to third hose that goes to a single termination in the ground?
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I'm trying to connect 2 hoses together to reach the sewer port as the rear discharge is about 27 feet from the sewer port. I have 2 of the hoses in the pic and have the end that I circled which you can't connect another hose to (or at least I haven't been able to figure out how).Click image for larger version

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I'm trying to connect 2 hoses together to reach the sewer port as the rear discharge is about 27 feet from the sewer port. I have 2 of the hoses in the pic and have the end that I circled which you can't connect another hose to (or at least I haven't been able to figure out how).Attachment 193113
Remove the plastic 90-degree "L" fitting and the orange screw-thread down facing piece in order to connect this hose to another like it. You only need/want one 90-degree attachment in the 27' run. Or am I still missing your question?
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Old 12-15-2018, 10:05 PM   #9
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The clear plastic elbow on the end of the hose simply uncouples in the same manner as any sewer hose.

Hold the orange side of the hose coupling and the orange side of the clear elbow (not the threaded end) and twist. (counterclockwise)

The Rhino couplings are made to swivel so it is possible if you didn't hold the tabs when trying to uncouple the elbow, it just swiveled instead of uncoupling.

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I couldn't tell from your photo because it is somewhat blurry so I visited the Amazon web site and looked at that particular item.

That clear elbow DOES NOT uncouple from the hose. It is permanently attached, sorry. No wonder you couldn't get it off!

There is no reason another hose couldn't connect to the other end of that hose though.

The 10' hose should attach to the opposite end of the 15' hose (with the clear elbow) without any issues.

If you have TWO of the 15' hoses with the clear elbow, you will not be able to connect them.

You can purchase replacement fittings for Rhino hoses and the clear elbow could be removed (from the vinyl hose) and replaced with the proper coupling but if you haven't used the hose, it would be far cheaper to return and get the proper extension hose. If you need 15' for length, replacing the clear elbow may be you only option short of buying a 3rd hose as I've not seen a true 15' EXTENSION Rhino hose.
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The clear plastic elbow on the end of the hose simply uncouples in the same manner as any sewer hose. ...

according to the photo, no it doesn't, ... on that hose kit, the 90% piece IS THE FITTING on that end, it's connected to the hose with the black nut, just like the other end fitting is connected to that end with the black nut, ... if removed, there is nothing but a naked hose end, no other fitting at all, ...


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according to the photo, no it doesn't, ... on that hose kit, the 90% piece IS THE FITTING on that end, it's connected to the hose with the black nut, just like the other end fitting is connected to that end with the black nut, ... if removed, there is nothing but a naked hose end, no other fitting at all, ...


Did you read my edited addition?
I posted the edit some 20 minutes before your post.
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The clear plastic elbow on the end of the hose simply uncouples in the same manner as any sewer hose.

Hold the orange side of the hose coupling and the orange side of the clear elbow (not the threaded end) and twist. (counterclockwise)

The Rhino couplings are made to swivel so it is possible if you didn't hold the tabs when trying to uncouple the elbow, it just swiveled instead of uncoupling.

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I couldn't tell from your photo because it is somewhat blurry so I visited the Amazon web site and looked at that particular item.

That clear elbow DOES NOT uncouple from the hose. It is permanently attached, sorry. No wonder you couldn't get it off!

There is no reason another hose couldn't connect to the other end of that hose though.

The 10' hose should attach to the opposite end of the 15' hose (with the clear elbow) without any issues.

If you have TWO of the 15' hoses with the clear elbow, you will not be able to connect them.

You can purchase replacement fittings for Rhino hoses and the clear elbow could be removed (from the vinyl hose) and replaced with the proper coupling but if you haven't used the hose, it would be far cheaper to return and get the proper extension hose. If you need 15' for length, replacing the clear elbow may be you only option short of buying a 3rd hose as I've not seen a true 15' EXTENSION Rhino hose.
Yes, I have 2 of the 15' hose with the 90 degree on the end. I need to get 27' feet of hose somehow that I can go from the trailer's rear discharge cleanout to the sewer. That is my dilemma.
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The elbow fitting just unscrews. You can then screw on one of these fittings to couple the two hoses together. You may need to unscrew the bayonet fitting off of the end of the 2nd hose, then just screw them together.
https://www.campingworld.com/rhinofl...YaAuCaEALw_wcB
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The elbow fitting just unscrews. You can then screw on one of these fittings to couple the two hoses together. You may need to unscrew the bayonet fitting off of the end of the 2nd hose, then just screw them together.
https://www.campingworld.com/rhinofl...YaAuCaEALw_wcB
That looks like exactly what I need. Thanks. I'll stop by my local Camping World to see if they have it in stock or if I need to order online.
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I use a rhino hose T.
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I use a rhino hose T.

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I use a rhino hose T.
You're attempting to solve a different issue than the OP is fighting. See earlier posts.
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You're attempting to solve a different issue than the OP is fighting. See earlier posts.
My option allows him to use his 90 degree clear elbow.
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My option allows him to use his 90 degree clear elbow.
Not unless there is a way to cap off the exit at the bottom of the T.
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Not unless there is a way to cap off the exit at the bottom of the T.
The bottom of my t locks into the donut that connects in the ground and I have 2 90 degree clear units that lock into both sides of the T so I can see from both lines
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