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Post Info TOPIC: Flush line on Heartland

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Flush line on Heartland

I was trying to flush black tank after trip and after draining the black tank i tied onto flush to make sure it was clean and would only pressure up on me, nothing going into black tank, I pressured up on it and went in the trailer and opened the flush on the commode and had water coming out as if i was hooked up to city or pump.  Any ideas?


Steve & Kathy Ripley

2015 Ford F350 Dually

2018 Heartland 3760









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Sounds like you might have it hooked up to the city inlet and not the flush - double check as they look very similar.


Bill & Kelly - with Callie along the ride.  

2011 Ford F350 Diesel Dually 4x4 

2014 Heartland Landmark, Grand Canyon 

"All those who wander are not lost" Tolkien

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