Phase Four Industries???

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rvriggs

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Does anyone have the Waste Master or Sewer Master from this company?  I want to know if it is worth the effort/price?  Is there another company that does something similar?

Thanks in advance.
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Gary RV_Wizard

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Are you considering one of the basic models, basically just a high quality hose with a nice elbow at the end, or the fancier model with the electric valves?

Other products that try to make the chore easier are:

RV Sanicon - A pump and hose system one of whose advantages is a small diameter hose that is easy to handle and store. Like Sewer Master, there are several models in doifferent price ranges.
http://www.rvupgradestore.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWCATS&Category=205

Sewer Solution
http://www.campingworld.com/browse/skus/index.cfm?deptID=&subOf=250,19&skunum=16617



 

rvriggs

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Nice thanks for the alternatives... yes I was looking for the electric version.

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rvriggs

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I was checking out the one that was listed with CampingWorld....wow.....great reviews.  I have a Class A Gulfstream, I dont know if that unit would work on a large coach?  It seems like it is for a Class C or trailer??? 

I am assuming there are lots based on quality, if you have any other recommendations that would be great!

Thanks
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John From Detroit

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I have never used the one cited in this thead

Sewer Solution
Jet Pump

But I have used one like
Macerator Pump

I have a class A, it worked well the one time I used it (The rest of the time I use 3" hose like the rest of us)

I'm sure it will work well the next time I need to use it too,  The only reason for not using it is I have yet to install wireing for it (I ran it of an portable jump start battery the one time I used it)

The Jet pump system should work well too, however one suggestion.

I have 3 holding tanks, Black & Front gray empty via the same connection (seperate valves) and a rear gray which has it's own outlet

I have several hoses... ONE hose is black, ONE is gray, the rest are used for fresh water You can guess what the black and gray hoses are used for
 

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I have used our Sewer Solution on two coaches for three years and wouldn't be without it. Clean, easy to use, no moving parts, and self cleaning.

The only time I occasionally use our 3" hose is at a rest area if I am in a hurry and want to dump the black tank.
 

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The Sewer Solution will work on any coach with a standard waste valve. I'm no sure what gave you the impression it was for Class C or trailers, but it is not just those types.

Personally I prefer the RV Sanicon. It doesn't require a good supply of high pressure water to operate - just 12 VDC for the pump. And the small diameter hose and excellent sewer elbow (connector) is a plus.
 
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