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Posted: 07/29/19 04:17pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Sounds like you're not using enough water when flushing. Try this.
If going poo fill the bowl, go poo and flush. Then partially fill the bowl, wipe, fill the bowl the rest of the way and flush.


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DarkSkySeeker wrote:

After using a product like this (https://www.campingworld.com/rv-flexible-swivel-stik-15716.html?cgid=sewer#sz=21&start=37&cgid=sewer) my sensors were cleaned up.

I had to buy one of these while wintering in Yuma our first year, I made the mistake of leaving the area before the black tank was done draining and I forgot to close the valve so I had a lot of blockage to clear out and this tool did the trick. I never leave home now without it. if you have a build up and it is causing blockage use the tool and really clean out the black tank

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Posted: 07/30/19 06:32am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Some things By "Other side from drain" Drain is normally on Driver's side of RV. Toilet in this case is on Curb side. That's simple

Sensor shows 2/3 full.. Working or rather not working as designed the sensors are .. Well let's just say the black tank is where they belong. Mine are like that too it is next to impossible to get 'em to work properly

Two suggestions one of which I hope to try some day

1: Horst Miracle probes.. They CLAIM they will work I've read good reports but have yet to try

1: See Level. Again I've not used it but since the technology is different it WILL work.


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