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Old 04-30-2016, 04:48 PM   #18
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90% of problems with VacuFlush can be laid directly at the feet of owners--equally divided between those who think that SeaLand's claim that it can use "as little as" one pint of water means that's ALL it EVER needs, and owners who try to solve a problem without the slightest clue about how the system actually works and never bother to get out the owners manual to check the troubleshooting guide before blindly charging in.

But...that doesn't make V/F owners any different from the owners of every other marine toilet. If more people bothered to read instructions and then follow 'em BEFORE all else fails, I wouldn't have very much to do.

Btw...several years ago I put together a piece I call "VacuFlush 101" that I'm glad to share with anyone who'd like a copy. Just send me an EMAIL

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