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Old 08-02-2017, 07:17 AM   #1
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Brand new casette type porta-potty

New never used porta-potty that has a fresh water holding tank to rinse down the bowl after use and an indicator to check level in waste tank.
Measures 14X14/27.
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Located in Western Maine.
$150 firm
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Old 08-02-2017, 10:14 AM   #2
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You can't post a pic or two for us low lifes?
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Old 08-02-2017, 10:40 AM   #3
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Hi, Gerry,


Where does one wash out the cassette?


Does that fit in an 8-track player?


I second the motion: pics for us hoi polloi! Enquiring minds want to see!


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Tried to post picts here before but had no luck but will try again later...I can send them via E-mail no problem o
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Attractive, thank you very much!


So...how and where do you clean the cassette? You can just dump it in a toilet, right?


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Attractive, thank you very much!


So...how and where do you clean the cassette? You can just dump it in a toilet, right?


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To dump the goose neck you can see on top right of the cassette swings out to a right angle and it can be dumped into a toilet or at any dump station.
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Well...yes...that's how you empty it.


Where and how do you clean it?


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clean it ????

why would you clean it?....just add right amount of chemical and some water....and it's ready to go again....wassaproblem?

Having said that....I did clean a porta potty once when I sold a boat....flushed it a couple of times (half full with shaking) .... then half full of water again, added half a bottle of bleach....shook...left it a few hours sitting there, then turned it up side down for a few more....dumped, flushed with clean water again....it was like brand new....pristine....even took a picture of the inside for the buyer
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I need to excuse my ignorance. The operation of a cassette toilet is something I've never experienced.

You don't consider putting bleach into something "cleaning it?"
And you dumped that bleach into a public water system, and not into a bleach-sensitive septic system? And at no point do you ever have anything but a nice tame effluent going into it?

I mean, sometimes one has to "scrub" a toilet inside...um, that's fine, you know, as long as you can get a brush in there...


I've never used a cassette toilet, don't know what the real situation is with them, have heard of people saying they take the cassette to the public restroom in a campground and "clean it" in there--and I'm wondering, so, where exactly do you 'clean it" in the public restroom?

You say you run water into it--from where? Do you do it in the bathroom sink in the public restroom? Do you walk back and forth with the cassette from sink to toilet and back again to rinse it several times? Do you get water from the fresh water hook-up in the campsite, and then where do you dump it, back into your own black tank?


Why would you clean it? I guess my ignorance knows no bounds.


Also, I suppose my interest in the specific details are completely inappropriate on this thread, where the poor Original Poster is just trying to sell a product he has and not create an essay on the finer points of potty policing.


So I do apologize...and thank you for your kind response.


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Kai, bleach dissipates pretty fast and we all use it in our washing machines all the time. No problem if your on septic or a city system. I think you missed him saying he did the extra cleaning because of a sale. I've never had a cassette unit but have had PPs and really don't see a big difference between them for emptying so I'm going to call them equal. My biggest question would be the loaded total weight you have to carry with a cassette....I'm getting old . Mostly I've had black/grey tanks and they have + & - also at public dump stations. I've passed dump stations after a long weekend where there were 50 rigs in line to dump. Glad I have my own at home.
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There is the actuator knob on the cassette that will open the trap door to the tank.
Now while camping one could use one of those Non-formeldihide [sp] tablets, but where the refuse is only in the tank a relatively short time, there is no way it would do it's job of breaking down the refuse.
If staying for an extended stay, I would use clean water into the tank, via the trap door, shake it, dump again down toilet.
If one wanted to clean it one could get their arm and brush into the 3 inch diameter trap door and scrub.
Hope this answers the question asked.
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Old 08-04-2017, 03:29 AM   #14
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Good point Dave, and if the unit wasn't already packed for shipping I would fill it with water to weigh it. I guess if one can not lift too much weight, one could dump it after just a day or two and not too heavy.
There are some who, due to medical reasons, when they got to go, it's not a question of when but where, so having this handy is a blessing.
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