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RE: FloJet Macerator Capabilities -Unique (embarassing) Question

Old Biscuit I asked about tennis ball sized **** not tennis balls. Not everybody spits out BB's like you. Thanks for the detailed explanation about what YOU do but it was no help at at.
TURNKEY 02/21/21 05:39pm Tech Issues
RE: FloJet Macerator Capabilities -Unique (embarassing) Question

That is what I already said about wipes. What about large 'objects' getting stuck in the FloJet funnel and not making it to the macerator?
TURNKEY 02/21/21 11:32am Tech Issues
FloJet Macerator Capabilities -Unique (embarassing) Question

I am interested in getting a FloJet Portable Macerator pump. Looking at on line images of the pump it appears the part of the pump assembly that connects from the rv bayonet dump fitting to the actual blade housing of the macerator is a funnel shape that goes from about 3" to about 1.5". My question refers to the actual 'size' and 'firmness' capabilities of the pump. Can it handle something as large as tennis ball and very firm? It looks like the taper of the funnel could prevent a large 'object' from actually reaching the blades. Or is it the case that if it can fit through the valve gate (aside from clogging type material like hair and baby wipes) it is pump-able?
TURNKEY 02/21/21 10:44am Tech Issues
RE: How do I get a colder freezer?

Naio That idea bears merit. It will take energy to freeze the water but once frozen it will help to keep the freezer colder (less air to spill out when door is opened) Thanks! OR use empty bottles and bags, fills space, doesn't put warm water into fridge. Also a 6 sided box would insulate the freezer compartment FROM the cooling plate at the rear of the freezer. A 5 sided box would be better. I'm looking at improving the insulation around my freezer from the outside.
TURNKEY 08/03/20 12:45pm Tech Issues
RE: How do I get a colder freezer?

Thanks for the replies. I already have temperature controlled fans in the chimney and a battery operated fan in the fridge and freezer. I can get the fridge to be much colder but then it will freeze whatever I have in it. Once again my question is how to get the freezer to be colder but NOT the fridge. I believe the solution will entail more insulation around the freezer compartment and possibly inside the freezer....just wanting your thoughts or suggestions.
TURNKEY 08/01/20 09:45am Tech Issues
How do I get a colder freezer?

I have a Norcold 9163 fridge. When I set the fridge to have the temperature just above freezing the freezer will only drop to around 15 f. I recognize the unit only has one thermostat(thermistor) so you can't set the fridge and freezer independently. I'm looking for ideas like increasing the insulation of the freezer or putting a curtain in the freezer so when you open the door all the cold doesn't 'fall out'. Any suggestions??
TURNKEY 07/31/20 02:42pm Tech Issues
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