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procedure for dumping
« on: November 06, 2010, 06:54:25 pm »
Hi there new to forum and PC. we have 2006 and this systemSani-con for dumping is foreign to us. I have no brochure giving steps.please if someone could give step by step on procedure Id be gratefiul. thanks and appreciate this forum. Del
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Re: procedure for dumping
« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2010, 07:34:47 pm »
start by locking toggle switch, 2 braker looking switches, 2 on-off valves,pump,and discharge hose

1. remove black hose.
2. remove cap.
3. position in drain.
4. open black water tank valve (looks like a braker switch)
5. turn toggle switch on. this switch turns on pump.
6. wait until the noise of the pump changes then check at drain for flow
7. when flow slows shut off toggle switch.
8. close black water tank valve.
9. open grey water tank valve (the 2nd braker switch)
10. turn toggle switch on. the pump starts
11. the 2 on- off vavles should be closed
12 these value are for flushing the individual tanks 1 at a time
13 connect garden hose to in take connection
14 turn on hose
15 only flush one tank at a time
16 open 1 on-off valve
17 with water going into the tank open that tanks braker switch and turn on pump (toggle switch)
18 as the discharge looks clear turn off on-off valve for that tank
19let pump drain the rest of water the repete other tank . drain hose and your dune .   
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Re: procedure for dumping
« Reply #2 on: November 06, 2010, 07:46:28 pm »
Thanks sooo much that is exactly what we wanted a step by step list!!! looks like all pc owners are very smart and also helpful people. Del and Maxinehttp://
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Re: procedure for dumping
« Reply #3 on: November 07, 2010, 04:56:09 pm »
HELLO ALL UPDATE ON DUMPING  SYSTEM. FRUSTRATED HUSBAND REALIZED THAT CORROSION WAS CAUSING HIS ISSUES WITH SYSTEM.IT HAD STARTED THEN QUIT. FELT IT COULDNT HAVE PUMPED ALL THAT QUICKLY.THEN WHEN HE  TRIED TO GET ANTIFREEZE IN IT WOULDNT GO THRU COMPLETE SYSTEM THATS WHEN HE CHECKED WIRING AND FOUND CORROSION.[HE WAS STARTING TO DOUBT HIS COMPETANCY AS IT SEEMED LIKE A SIMPLE SYSTEM] ALLS WELL NOW AS HE EMPTIED AND WINTERIZED. LIFE IS GOOD!!!!! STILL AWAITING WORD FROM CAROL RE: DVD SYSTEM REPLACEMENT.ALL ELSE SEEMS TO BE GREAT!!!! THANKS AGAIN DEL AND MAXINE
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