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  1. tuscancouple

    tuscancouple Read Only Funster

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    The macerator worked a treat and we didn't end up like Robin Williams :Rofl1:

    Just need to find out at what point are the tanks actually empty. though watching the dump pipe wriggling over the garden gives you a clue as to when something lumpy is passing through :BigGrin:

    Anyway we'll learn, but again "thanks"

    Mick
     
  2. Lindy-C

    Lindy-C Deleted User

    Glad you are sorted Mick :BigGrin:

    What you need is transparent hose then there is no mistaking what's going on.......also, don't forget to flush through with the contents of your grey tank after chopping up the lumpy stuff :Wink: :Rofl1:
     
  3. Tony Santara

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    Linda youv'e got a wonderfull way with words and a morbid curiosity UGH !
    :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
  4. Keith and Debs

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    Great tip by Linda there we run a foot of clear hose directly after the macerator before the main hose really does help you see whats going on and saves you running the pump dry those jabsco type impellors dont like to run dry.

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  5. artona

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    Hi

    What you need is transparent hose then there is no mistaking what's going on

    I believe that this item should be sold with a webcam and a contract with Sky for a new pay-per-view channel - "Pimp my Sh*t stream what did Tony say - Urghhhhhh

    stew
     
  6. paulmj

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    Urgh....

    Anyway, I'm just about to fit the Macerator that Linda supplied me and I have a 45degree clear plastic sewer fitting wihich I'll use in the connection between the main valves and the macerator. That'll allow me to see, er, probably a little more than I would like to.......
     
  7. Lindy-C

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    Make sure you have a secure connection there Paul........wouldn't want anything coming adrift under pressure! :Rofl1:
     
  8. Geo

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    Good luck and don't forget to duck
    I could go with Stews idea of the camera, a lot of folk like reality TV and it don't get any more real than that, probably less crap too:Rofl1::Rofl1:
    Geo
     
  9. paulmj

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    :Eeek:

    I'm trying to eat my lunch, here..... :Smile:

    I am seriously thinking of lockwiring all of the joints to make sure!

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  10. tuscancouple

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    I like the clear view pipe, though a remote camera sounds even better! :BigGrin: Just to err on the cautious side I had used two clips to secure the pipe onto the macerator, just in case. So where can I find some clear pipe I wonder? Though it does increase the risk of escape........ get more clips I guess!

    Mick
     

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