Grey waste gone mad?????

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  1. drago35uk

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    Would he not be better just leaving the waste open when he drives off and let's it run on the road? :Wink:

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    What's mad about it? Our van has a similar arrangement so easy to pipe the grey into a hedgerow. instead of on a road.:thumb::thumb:
     
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    Somehow, I just knew Haggers would reply to that one...... :Wink:
     
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    He is doing more harm than he knows, its been the norm for a long time to see American RV, s piped up like that on fully serviced pitches, its bad for them too, it results in heavy bottom build up of fatty depositsthat can if allowed to build up block the drain of point completly.
    RV, s are recomended when piped up like that to keep drain closed, allow tank to fill normally then release contents to get the all important WOOSH factor required to clear the bottom of the wast tank
    Dribble emtying is bad for your tanks that includes the road dribblers:Doh:
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