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post #18 of Old 12-05-2012
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Re: new trick for removing head hoses!

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The one that is necessary has a big dip and I think became permeated by the settled waste.Minniewaska
I know you flush you lines super well.

If the hose which is looped with the large place for waste to get stopped in is after he holding tank,, consider what I did. I placed a 11/2 inch bronze ball valve at the exit of the tank to th waste hose which led to mu "Y" vave to either mascerator or deck pump out. The valve renaibs closed unless I am pumping or dumping thus no waste lays in t hose to stink


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