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Camco Cyclone Rotating Sewer Plumbing Vent - Rids Odors from Your RV Holding Tank, Rotes 360 Degrees to Pull Odors Up and Away - Black (40597) $6.24 at Amazon

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Okay, that's a nice savings, from 20 to 6.24 ..... thanks, OP Smilie

..... I don't have an RV ... I wonder of this would be useful for use on a home vent pipe?
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Quote from NukinFuts :
Okay, that's a nice savings, from 20 to 6.24 ..... thanks, OP Smilie

..... I don't have an RV ... I wonder of this would be useful for use on a home vent pipe?
Your home doesn't have a holding tank, or ever move so that a trap might leak air. I'm not aware of a situation this would be needed. If you have sewer gas in your house there are other ways to deal with it
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Your home doesn't have a holding tank, or ever move so that a trap might leak air. I'm not aware of a situation this would be needed. If you have sewer gas in your house there are other ways to deal with it
Hmmmm... okay, you make sense, thanks, I'll drop you some Reps 👍
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Hmmmm... okay, you make sense, thanks, I'll drop you some Reps 👍
I actually think this would be worse because the suction from wind May empty your trap and possibly allow sewer gas back in when the winds die down.
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Not sure if we have one on there right now or if its just the flat vented cap but I am in for one, thanks!
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I actually think this would be worse because the suction from wind May empty your trap and possibly allow sewer gas back in when the winds die down.
True that 👍 Thanks 👏👏👏
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