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    Senior Member GoVols's Avatar
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    I ended up taking the wall panneling off the wall to expose the holding tank vent hose. It was 3/4" ID white spa hose and it was indeed permiated. I removed it and replaced it with a high-density PVC pipe and a homemade carbon filter canister that I put together at Home Depot. Once install and everything put back in-place, everything worked as planned! I've been odor-free for over a week now and my neighbors and I are getting along better already. Thanks for the advice guys!
    Formerly owned a 16X69' Sailabration

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    You can make a facsimile of an OdorHog for about $12 spent between Lowes and Walmart. PM me and I'll send pics and instructions
    LongJohn
    Watts Bar Lake; Tn River

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