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Posted: 28.06.2020  ·  #41
SOG is great. First time emptying it is a bit of experience


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Posted: 28.06.2020  ·  #42
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My sh*t dont stink.... do I still need a sog? 🤔😁


Do you use chemicals? :)


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Posted: 28.06.2020  ·  #43
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My sh*t dont stink.... do I still need a sog? 🤔😁


Do you use chemicals? :)


Just that blue stuff


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Posted: 28.06.2020  ·  #44
Then you need a SOG :) - (i've no idea, i'll get back to you) :)

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Posted: 28.06.2020  ·  #45
You dont need chemicals with a sog. The secret is to open the toilet flap before lifting lid, let the fan do its work


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Posted: 28.06.2020  ·  #46
Sounds a great system...is it easily retrofitted?


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Posted: 28.06.2020  ·  #47
Panda I fitted it to my last 2 motorhomes and it was an easy fit. Worse thing is drilling the hole in the toilet hatch. I must have measured it 10 times before drilling. I found the instructions easy to follow


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Posted: 28.06.2020  ·  #49
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My sh*t dont stink.... do I still need a sog? 🤔😁


I’d say you have the Covid.... that affects your sense of smell😝😝


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Posted: 28.06.2020  ·  #50
Make your own sog I did fitted it to my last Motorhome save yourself a fortune all it is ,is a relay a fan and a countdown timer


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Posted: 28.06.2020  ·  #51
Agree Robert, in fact if you get the Vellman MK111 kit the relay is on it. Just leave the 1m resistor pot off and you can set it to kick in for a given time.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Vel…SwQzJb6r5Q

Nice easy DIY job making it up.
I’ve one but still use the chemicals as the ‘emptying process’ can be fruity 🤢


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Posted: 28.06.2020  ·  #52
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Make your own sog I did fitted it to my last Motorhome save yourself a fortune all it is ,is a relay a fan and a countdown timer


Or don't buy any parts at all and change your van to one which has it already installed.

Surely that's even cheaper? 🤔






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Posted: 28.06.2020  ·  #53
is the sog vented on the cassette access door? if so id imagine you might not be very popular with the neighbours.


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Posted: 28.06.2020  ·  #54
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is the sog vented on the cassette access door? if so id imagine you might not be very popular with the neighbours.


Filtered through charcoal.

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Posted: 28.06.2020  ·  #55
It vents out through a charcoal filter, which you replace every 18 months to 2 years. Zero smell if the filter is good. I have been sat right beside it whilst the toilet was in use. Nothing. Just a hum from the fan

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Posted: 28.06.2020  ·  #56
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I have been sat right beside it whilst the toilet was in use.


Nothing wrong with that Dave....We all have weird fetishes :D


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Posted: 28.06.2020  ·  #57
Sniff sniff. Nothing here. Moving on 😋😋

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Posted: 29.06.2020  ·  #58
Just reminded me Daffy I need to change my filter

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Posted: 29.06.2020  ·  #59
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is the sog vented on the cassette access door? if so id imagine you might not be very popular with the neighbours.


Filtered through charcoal.


👍 was thinking there was more to it


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Posted: 06.07.2020  ·  #60
Total success with the SOG a great bit of kit. 👍

Take Tommy's advice seriously though, you'll only do this once....

Don't start peeing and then open flap with your foot. Open flap, lift lid then pee just like Tommy said.

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2” fan £3.00 relay 30p countdown timer £4.00 fan box£1.50 wire laying about ,hose from a washing machine ,fuse and fuse holder from an old car my son scraped all in all 8.50 bit cheaper than a new van ,for got charcoal filter mat used one from our kitchen extractor fan


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Posted: 07.07.2020  ·  #62
Have you emptied it yet Ally o.O

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Posted: 07.07.2020  ·  #63
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is the sog vented on the cassette access door? if so id imagine you might not be very popular with the neighbours.


Filtered through charcoal.



No "waste" whatsoever.
At end of Sog life.................
the filter is then used on the BBQ for added flavour.


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Posted: 07.07.2020  ·  #64
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Have you emptied it yet Ally o.O


Aye 'wee buns' :D

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Posted: 07.07.2020  ·  #66
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Sorry to gate crash but I'm Homeless to 😤😤😤


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How?

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Posted: 07.07.2020  ·  #67
Was made an offer I couldn't refuse 14k profit so on the hunt for a new one . I'm now thinking of going to the uk . He gave a deposit of 1k so it's as good as done


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Posted: 07.07.2020  ·  #68
Well done, I think :)

Now you have to buy another :) - good luck!


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Posted: 07.07.2020  ·  #69
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Well done, I think :)

Now you have to buy another :) - good luck!

It's like getting teeth pulled looking but will
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Posted: 13.08.2020  ·  #71
The SOG is great 😁 the van is also great 😁


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Posted: 28.08.2020  ·  #72
Still motorhomeless but starting to think I should have bought a new boat and not a motorhome 😁😁


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Still motorhomeless but starting to think I should have bought a new boat and not a motorhome 😁😁


Aint that the truth!

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Posted: 28.08.2020  ·  #75
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Stat code. But just got off the phone and its in so hoping to collect it tomorrow


Super stuff! We want pics ! :up:

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Posted: 28.08.2020  ·  #76
So vat came in at €8764
And vrt came in at €12661 😳😳😳😳😳


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So vat came in at €8764
And vrt came in at €12661 😳😳😳😳😳


I hope you didnt pay VAT in the north as well!!!!!!

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Posted: 28.08.2020  ·  #79
No I didn't I did ask that question


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So vat came in at €8764
And vrt came in at €12661 😳😳😳😳😳


Pay Phil Hogabs wages for 2 weeks
He was on 336k per year.


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