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Old 06-02-2018, 11:27 AM   #2
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I would try putting some good detergent in the tanks and driving the unit. Try you best to get the water detergent to splash on the flush outlets. I am not sure they are even "nozzles" but think they are just water lines. I can actually see the ends of my flush line on the right side in one of the compartments but I have never fooled with them. They don't sound like a heavy spray just a flow of water. I use a clear sewer adapter and watch the drainage until I am satisfied. I think a lot of folks spend a lot too much time trying to clean the tanks. I do an deep cleaning before I put the coach away for winter. On the Black tank. When you are getting ready to leave a full hookup start the tank flush first thing. Let it run while you are doing the rest of your tear down. Then i close the drain and let the flush run for a couple minutes and then drain.

2005 Sun Voyager Workhorse W24 with 8.1 ltr Chevy. Allison 2100 transmission. Full body paint.
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