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Tips for emptying your holding tanks



If possible, let your holding tanks get at least 2/3 full before dumping, especially the blank water tank. It needs the liquid to keep the solid waste in suspension.

Always empty the black water tank first. Emptying the gray water second will rinse out the sewer hose.

One way to tell if your black tank is completely empty and rinsed thoroughly is to use a clear sewer hose adapter at the connection point to the holding tank. You will be able to then see the effluent run clear and know when to stop rinsing.

If possible, place the RV at a slight angle toward the dump station opening. You can do this by placing a leveling board under the right side wheel of the RV. This helps to drain the holding tanks more completely.

Read more: How to Empty Your RV Holding Tanks

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