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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Converting Bilge section into black water tank

    I would suggest you repost this on https://www.cruisersforum.com/forums/ and you never know who might come out of the woodwork with a detailed answer. Might even be The Headmistress. Peggie will no doubt come up with many answers including how to ensure that the tank is sufficiently vented or treated so that every flush does not send a foul smelling cloud of gas over the Poop Deck. Who knows you might finally be flushed with success
    Eastern Scotland and beyond.

  2. #12
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    Default Re: Converting Bilge section into black water tank

    Quote Originally Posted by Bilgediver View Post
    I would suggest you repost this on https://www.cruisersforum.com/forums/ and you never know who might come out of the woodwork with a detailed answer. Might even be The Headmistress. Peggie will no doubt come up with many answers including how to ensure that the tank is sufficiently vented or treated so that every flush does not send a foul smelling cloud of gas over the Poop Deck. Who knows you might finally be flushed with success
    Does Peggie still post there? If so, that’s good news. She is THE expert!

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Converting Bilge section into black water tank

    I think it is the only forum she monitors and would think she might respond to something like this. She is still in good form.

    You are best putting question in the correct subsection.
    Eastern Scotland and beyond.

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