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RE: slow drain of freshwater tank

You guys are all great but the winner is (ltsyrv). You were right. The simple thing worked the best, a shot of compressed air. That's why you make the big bucks! Thanks Again!
dgtjhatt 07/10/19 04:08pm Class C Motorhomes
slow drain of freshwater tank

Recently purchased a class c and everything works fine except now I have a very slow drain when I try to drain the freshwater tank. I'm wondering if the last owner left water in the tank to long and their is a build up of algae in the tank and it has clogged the drain lines. I tried to run a wire thru the drain line but there are two elbows that the wire won't go passed. Is their something to put in the tank that will help clear up this problem? Thanks for any suggestions you may have.
dgtjhatt 07/10/19 01:59pm Class C Motorhomes
New York City

We are wanting to plan a trip and see all the sights in New York City. We will be taking our 31Ft. Class C and towing our car. We are looking for the best RV Resorts in the area and we assume we should take a tour bus to all our sightseeing destinations. Any help from all of would be greatly appreciated.
dgtjhatt 05/27/19 03:09pm Roads and Routes
Car Dolly

Just bought our first Motor Home. She is a beauty.2007 Joyco Grayhawk33SS.We bought it from a private party and we could not believe it when we saw them drive out of an RV garage where it had spent most of it's life. Then we saw the odometer and it read 7,500. It still has the plastic that was on the cab carpet from the factory and a tag hanging from the dash that tells about the air bags. We took one look and said we will take it. Our Ford Escape can't be towed with all four tires on the ground so we will have to use a car dolly. I would like to hear the good, bad, and the ugly about your experiences with car dollies. Thanks, Don
dgtjhatt 10/12/18 03:45pm Class C Motorhomes
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