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    Hello. A question regarding the C15 watertank if anyone can give a steer on please. Is there a sump plug for emptying the tank, or do you empty the tank via the tap
    Maybe I have missed the info on the manual !

    #2
    If it's like the Duo and fresh water then it's emptying via the tap

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      #3
      Empty via tap and then get in there with a sponge to get the remaining liquid out. You will need a bucket as there will be quite a bit of water left. I don't bother with the onboard water tank anymore as emptying out is too much of a faff. Cheap 5 litre bottle of water from the supermarket and then refill as required is far easier.

      I would suggest you through the following thread: https://community.smallmotorhome.co....ng-water-tanks
      Last edited by JimBro; 12-03-2019, 21:33.
      Too old to know everything!

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        #4
        As we use our Romahome all year round we never empty the tank although we did once put some purifying stuff in it.

        Peter

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          #5
          I think the simplest way is to run a hose through the window and syphon it out although it can take a fair bit of sucking to get started.
          Sesquipedalianism:-The overusage of long words.

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            #6
            Thanks Guys , maybe run with the water bottle I think for now then. Thank you

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              #7
              Personally I think it’s shame to have a water tank and tap and not use it, we had a Duo and used our tank all the time for washing ourselves and the pots but we did use a refillable water bottle for drinking water. Yes we did have to drain the tank and clean it out in winter but it’s not that arduous a task. Our present van Romahome R30 has a drainable water tank.
              Graham
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                #8
                Graham Kerbie has a C15, if using the water tank you need to extract the water via a tap into a kettle to heat the water. The sink on the C15 is too small to put a decent sized mug in let alone a frying pan! The sink is just about big enough to put some hot water in to enable a flannel to be wetted in order to have a cursory wash!
                I use my sink to store the wasing up liquid in a small bottle, a sponge and a dishcloth - it's then full...
                Too old to know everything!

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                  #9
                  As long as I can wash in it , I'm a happy man !

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by JimBro View Post
                    Graham Kerbie has a C15, if using the water tank you need to extract the water via a tap into a kettle to heat the water. The sink on the C15 is too small to put a decent sized mug in let alone a frying pan! The sink is just about big enough to put some hot water in to enable a flannel to be wetted in order to have a cursory wash!
                    I use my sink to store the wasing up liquid in a small bottle, a sponge and a dishcloth - it's then full...
                    Our very first van was a C15 hitop so I am familiar with it, we used the sink all the time I can’t remember it being a massive problem. It seemed like the lap of luxury after camping in tents when we had a tap and running water in the C15.
                    Graham
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