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Old 12-09-2015, 08:31 PM   #1
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water hookup confusion

With the confusion people were having with hooking the water supply hose to the black tank rinse, I thought I would make a different piece to screw into the water connection when the hose is not in use. Currently, both of the plugs are black, and I can see myself getting in a hurry and doing the same thing. The plug I made is aluminum, so at least it is a different color.
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Nice - Stainless? Making more?

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Old 12-09-2015, 09:06 PM   #3
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Material is 7075-t6 aluminum. Way overkill but what I had. Can always make more as programs are stored.
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Dang. Tough crowd. Thought I would get a few more pats on the back for that idea!!
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Old 12-10-2015, 11:27 AM   #5
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Awesome idea nicely executed!
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Feel better now? :-)
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Old 12-10-2015, 11:38 AM   #7
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Dang. Tough crowd. Thought I would get a few more pats on the back for that idea!!

Hey - I'm totally in awe! You deserve huge kudos.

Do you have one that says "black flush"? Or even a blank? I'd rather put it there since that's used far less than the city water connection so hooking up at a site doesn't require the extra step but flushing the tank does.

Other than that - grand slam! 🙏
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Good idea. "Black flush" is easy enough to do. Blank is easier. Just something different to avoid any mishaps.
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Too many details to think about that can screw up your trailer. I've had some major blunders that I got lucky on and when I look back it all comes down to "haste makes waste". Don't rush yourself.

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Being a little on the dense side, I need a very clear path of follow. See below.

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I just breathe deeply and read the label that says Caution Sewer Flusher.

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And that's what I try to do most of the time. But, that one time when I pull into a campsite at midnight, and am really tired from driving all day, maybe a different plug will keep me from making a mistake. Can't imagine cleaning that up.
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Mike S., that is a really terrific idea! It certainly would have been nice if AS came with color significant entry plugs, to avoid mistakes. I will look for a different color plug for my new BAMBI for next season. You are so right...that mistake could be 'nasty'!
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Custom machining is very cool. Nice job. I like that shinny stuff. Keep on cutting. Pat
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