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    Re: Monitor Panel

    Quote Originally Posted by avvidclif View Post
    I dump the black tank a little differently. I hook up the rinse and turn it on then open the valve and when almost stops running (clear 45 deg angle on dump). I close the valve and put in via the rinse 30-35 gal of water and dump again. On the second dump I leave the rinse on and wait for it to clear.

    I use an old pressure regulator and a meter to measure gallons on the grey hose that is for that purpose only. 30 gal typically takes 10-12 min to fill. Then dump the grey tanks starting with the sink first. Flush the sewer hose with the rinse hose and go.
    My bad, I also turn on the flush when the tank flows slows down and let it run for several minutes. I have a flow meter on the line to the tank flush inlet.


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    Re: Monitor Panel

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDar View Post
    In your UDC, there should be what looks like a female hose fitting (not city water) labelled tank flush or tank rinse. If you connect a water hose to it, it will send water to a spray head inside the black tank. These comments are based on my older rig, newer ones may be set up differently.


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    Interesting. I assume you do that at a camp site that has a hookup? The rest area dump stations never have a hose with a connection, and the one we stopped at this past weekend didn't even have a hose that worked.

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    Re: Monitor Panel

    Yep, we stay at a seasonal site with full hookups. When we used to stay at state parks, I carried a hose and a water thief, just in case. Michigan rest areas don’t have RV dump stations.


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