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It’s time for the next installment in our “RV Basics” series, where I try to give you the talks I wish I had gotten when we started RVing. These videos are not technical, and are geared towards easing any apprehension for new RVers.
But for this one, I hope the beginners are really paying attention. It’s about one of the biggest sources of anxiety for new RVers – wastewater plumbing – including the black tank!
This series of videos is sponsored by Winnebago, and we’re proud to be partnered with them to bring this to you. I hope it’s all easy enough for anyone to follow, but if it isn’t, let me know!
In the next video, we’re going to focus not so much on any particular system. Instead, we’re going to look at all of them at once, and explore how you can use them all together to take your RV out in the winter
If you’re looking for the first video in the series, where I break down your RV’s electrical systems, you can find that one here: RV Basics: Understanding RV Electrical Systems for Beginners
The second video in the series, where we explore the fresh water plumbing, can be found here: RV Basics: Understanding Fresh Water Plumbing for Beginners
Any questions, ask below in the comments and I’ll do my best to answer!