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1963 decamp camper
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My black water tank leaks, and I dont go anywhere where I need it, can I just remove it and hook the hose directly to bottom of the toilet?

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earl crist left a comment for Jason
"i dont see why you couldnt   what i wold do is run your 3 in pipe to end of trailer  might as well hookup all sinks also if this unit will move use flex pipe from end if frame to sewer hookup at site"
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Jason replied to Jason's discussion 1963 decamp camper
"Thanks for the input"
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Daniel Long replied to Jason's discussion 1963 decamp camper
"I'd be hesitant to just remove a black tank, even with a leak. Depends on where it's leaking. If you can seal it back up and keep that as-is, then I'd say go that way. Once you start altering the waste plumbing you better know what…"
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1963 decamp camper

My black water tank leaks, and I dont go anywhere where I need it, can I just remove it and hook the hose directly to bottom of the toilet?
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"Is it possible to remove the black water tank and connect the toilet directly to camp site sewer"
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At 8:32pm on March 6, 2020, earl crist said…

i dont see why you couldnt   what i wold do is run your 3 in pipe to end of trailer  might as well hookup all sinks also if this unit will move use flex pipe from end if frame to sewer hookup at site

At 6:41pm on March 1, 2020, Jason said…
Is it possible to remove the black water tank and connect the toilet directly to camp site sewer
 
 
 

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