Funster No : 974
Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: In A House of Bricks
About Me: Grey waste disposal expert of 11 years
Interests: footie, Skiing, marathon running,
MH Type: Bessacarr E765p
MH Model: Not a model a real one
Years Motorhoming: Long enough to know about grey waste disposal
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Originally Posted by BgClick
I was thinking about fitting a SOG to our recently aquired second hand van. However, and I may be way off in my understanding, after reading some of the technical documentaion from the SOG site it looks like it depends on a good airtight seal to the toilet bowel, it mentions a blade valve?
I notice in our van that if we fill the bowl with two or three inches of water it soons drains down (hopefully into the cassette)
So would a SOG still be worthwhile? And maybe more importantly, do we have an issue currently with our toilette that needs attention?
fitting a new seal to your cassette and loo is really quite a simple job. If there is water draining out then I would suggest this needs doing as it shouldn't happen.
As for fitting a sog? I have on my last two vans and find them invaluble.
However, I haven't on this van as now days Im so perfect, even my poo dont smell
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