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Sanitation Lines

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Re: Sanitation Lines

Postby Wayne162 » November 6th, 2015, 1:41 pm

Being unable to locate MDPE pipe with a 1 1/2 ID within the United States, I have decided to go with flexible PVC lines to replace existing sanitation lines. I also have purchased ""Noflex Digestor" to use regularly in the sewage plant! It is also my belief that the boat has original sanitation lines on board (1997), so that may be my problem. I visited three other carvers before I made my purchase. They were 355's - 356's, and all the boats had the same odor when I entered the salon. the selling brokers all said that the boats had just been closed up but never indicated why they had the odor. While I agree with Waybomb and the source of nasty's associated with the raw water, I have no odor from the bowl that I can tell. Its just an ever present musty odor throughout. Opening the boat up helps, but it never goes away. I will let all know project results when completed.

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