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Old 06-03-2017, 05:06 PM   #1
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Black tank flush....

Anyone know what brand flush Crossroads uses? Ours seems to be partially plugged, and I would like to have a replacement in hand when I take the old one out.
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Old 06-03-2017, 05:28 PM   #2
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How did you determine it was partially plugged without removing it?
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I believe ours is called Santi-flush.
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Anyone know what brand flush Crossroads uses? Ours seems to be partially plugged, and I would like to have a replacement in hand when I take the old one out.


Very limited water flow. Can't hear it rotating any more. I actually ran small small tubing in it to get the flow it has.


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[QUOTE=2slick;124837]Very limited water flow. Can't hear it rotating any more. I actually ran small small tubing in it to get the flow it has.


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Was just curious! On mine all I can tell is that water is running, no other sounds, but it doesn't take but about 5 minutes to put a lot of water in & seems to work well enough.
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Was just curious! On mine all I can tell is that water is running, no other sounds, but it doesn't take but about 5 minutes to put a lot of water in & seems to work well enough.[/QUOTE]

On my last two I can hear a swirling sounds like a sprinkler spinning in circles. Can hear it clearer if I put my ear against the wall adjacent to the black tank. I believe this is normal.
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Ther is no spinning , just a nozzle shooting water and hitting the other side. Sometimes the nozzle can Get plugged . If it was working ok for a while ther would not be a kink in the hose ...like mine was from the factory.
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Harley, you may be correct on the spinning, but on my current trailer, it sure sounds like the head is spinning. When I blow the line out with compressed air I can hear the water blowing out in what sounds like a circular motion until the water runs out, then I don't hear anything.
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Harley, you may be correct on the spinning, but on my current trailer, it sure sounds like the head is spinning. When I blow the line out with compressed air I can hear the water blowing out in what sounds like a circular motion until the water runs out, then I don't hear anything.
Ours definitely used to spin. Like you say, I could hear the sound changing as the head rotated. At one time, it completely plugged up. I put 140 psi air on it and still couldn't get it clear. I took a long piece of 1/4" plastic tubing, and ran it in until it stopped, connected it to a water source and washed it out. I get some flow, but nothing like it was new.
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