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Old 03-23-2008, 01:18 PM   #1
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Have any of you installed this on your Black water Tank, if so do they work like they say they do and how easy is it to install?

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Old 03-23-2008, 01:29 PM   #2
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Have any of you installed this on your Black water Tank, if so do they work like they say they do and how easy is it to install?

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Most everthing I have bought that Camco makes works. My factory instaled black tank washer died after several months. I never got it fixed. If I want a "good" cleaning I use a bag of ice and a gallon of water just before head on down the road. The ice sloshes around and cleans the walls of the tank.

I can see some TP getting wrapped around the spinning nozzle and keep it from working.
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The ice sounds like a good idea, and I could also see the TP getting hung up in it too.
Thanks for the ideas.
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I'm with Michelle. Really, the tanks empty pretty good and occasionally using the ice trick never hurts. I think people spend way to much time worrying about black tanks. I use single ply paper, no treatments, drain and go. Never had a problem (knocks on wood). One of the reasons I like vintage units is they were relatively simple and so had less to break. My camper doesn't have an electric jack, or stabilizers, automatic awnings and so on. On the balance, I am happier.
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