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sylvanoak

02:52PM | 02/19/01
Member Since: 02/18/01
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Bvplumbing

Hi,

My dad will be coming to visit me over the summer and will be bringing his 33' travel trailer. We have a septic tank system and would like to know how to go about addiding a hook up so he can park his trailer and not have to have it continually pumped.

Thanks!!

syl

PattyB

12:53PM | 02/21/01
Haven't had a septic system in a long time, but it seems to me we had a cleanout hole in ours that was accessaible thru a concrete plug with a handle on top of the drywell part. If you can find your cleanout-cut a 3/4" piece of plywood large enough to cover open hole with a hole cut in center of ply large enough to accommodate the holding tank hose of your fathers' trailer. Slip the end of the trlr. hose into the ply. hole and put some bricks around on top of the ply to hold it secure to the ground.
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