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- Scurvy Dog
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- Joined: July 30th, 2013, 9:27 pm
- Vessel Info: 1995 Carver 355 Aft Cabin
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Anyway, they both stink up the bilges, especially the forward head. I wonder if the vent is somehow not properly venting to the outside and venting into the bilge. When the holding tanks reach about half full and we close up the boat it stinks in the boat sometimes as well.
We have tried every kind of tank additive and some work better than others but the heads still stink and the more full they get the more they stink.
Someone said to change them to run on fresh water, but I doubt that will really cure this problem.
Anyone else have this problem? Or a possible solution? Hopefully without throwing a whole lot more money away.
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- Joined: July 29th, 2013, 11:35 pm
- Vessel Info: 2000 Carver 506
- Location: Georgian Bay
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Have you tried Noflex Digestor? I have been boating for years and thought I had used everything too. Then I was recently given a sample of this stuff. It cleaned my lines and my tank like nothing else I have ever seen.
Might be worth a shot.
2000 Carver 506
Queens Cove Marina
Georgian Bay, Ontario
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