hose support and run it from where Ive attached the end of my hose to the RV all the way to the sewer drain. After many years on the road I think we have a pretty good idea of what works and which products are necessary for hooking up an RV at a campground. Run the kitchen faucet (using the rigs water pump) to add a couple gallons of water to the gray water tank.
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Even if you wear gloves, its a good idea to wash your hands with antibacterial soap immediately after handling the sewer hose. There is, however, a pipe with a direct connection to the sewer hose.
Next, attach a water-pressure regulator to the campground hydrant so it can protect both the drinking-water hose and the RVs plumbing from sudden surges in campground water pressure. Some people recommend that you should never leave the gray valve open either, as it can allow odors from the parks sewer system up into your. For this campground we have 50-amp service, because our main hookup is 50-amp well be connecting this way. The captured gray water can be used to rinse the sewer hose after you dump the black water tank. Once the hose is connected, double check to be sure the sewer hose is properly secured to both the RV and the sewer inlet. Both ends of the drinking-water hose can be connected together to keep moisture in and critters out. Since water pressure varies by campground you should always use a water regulator. .