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Hi all, After reading online about it, i come to the conclusion. The blue stuff smells and the pink stuff create alge, then what about this solution: Waste tank use odorless Bleach, yes i know it can destroy rubber like the seal. But the bleach will be mixed with water and not near the seal, bleach should be fine with plastic and does kill bacteria... Flush tank use laundry detergent, since it mix well with bleach and creates a very nice scent similar to Fabric softner...
After installing a Nature's Head composting toilet -- one of my *best* decisions; it's everything everyone said it was -- I no longer need the Thetford model 42055 Style II unit that came w/the rig. (It's a 2015 bought earlier this year w/only 2K miles. Original owner bought it for her grandchildren who took a total of three trips in it & then lost all interest. Ergo the low mileage.) Hate to throw away anything w/useful life but used toilets aren't worth much. 'Sides, who'd buy it, even if it is spotlessly clean & appears to be seldom if ever used? You can save it from the dumpster by picking it up in the Dallas area in the next couple weeks. Prolly good for parts at least. It's the low profile, foot-flush model in bone color. Includes the soil pipe & flange. The 42055 Style II was apparently replaced by or became Thetford's Aqua Magic Style II. That's a fancy, more marketing oriented name but I can't see any diff between it & the 42055. Can't post a pic due to forum post space limitations but the company's link -- http://www.thetford.com/product/aqua-magic-style-ii/ -- prolly has all the info about it you may want including an owner's manual. Feel welcome to call w/questions or PM an email address if you want the pix I took. Happy trails! Dilly / tdilly6204 214.823.4000 Please see http://tinyurl.com/y8xs3nv2 for my 2010 Prius Type II Hatchback. It'll be a perfect toad or an ideal commuter vehicle. Also http://tinyurl.com/yc55dmeo for the 2015 Cummins 4KW genset I removed after installing a solar system. Half the price of a new one w/only 90 hours.
Okay gang, I have a plumbing and toilet question usually associated with Class C units. On SOME the toilet is a short "Low Rise" type that sits on about a 6 inch raised off the floor wooden box platform. On OTHERS, the taller "High Rise" toilet sits direct on the floor. MY QUESTION IS on the raised platform types is there ONLY a drain pipe underneath and the black tank DOES NOT partly enter up into that compartment above floor level ??????? I wonder if the drain pipe is sloped then turns down into the black tank orrrrrrrrr is straight up n down???? The reason for the questions is I DO NOT like the raised platform type and wonder if I took it apart I could floor mount a new high rise toilet direct over a new floor flange??? But if the pipe slopes back then down into a tank that couldn't work because the toilet would be too close to the wall. I just don't know if the raised box types are simply for using a low rise toilet or its there so the pipe slopes and then turns down into a tank in which case I likely couldn't just tear out the box and install a new high rise. Its probably cheaper to install a high rise toilet then build a box ONLY so they could use a low rise, so I fear I already guessed the answer lol PS I don't have one now to go look at (looking at for sale pics) is a reason for these questions. John T