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  • Pam Lunn
    I have a 72 Kent Cortez motorhome which has the thermasan system (it is for sale btw - the mh, not the system). I have owned it for two years and while we
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      I have a 72 Kent Cortez motorhome which has the thermasan system (it is for
      sale btw - the mh, not the system). I have owned it for two years and while
      we camp/fish locally, we don't put many miles on the vehicle but do have a
      30-40 minute ride on interstate to reach our favorite fishing location. It
      has done a good job of keeping my gray water tank light/empty. The
      thermasan (from what I understand) does not eliminate the black water, just
      the gray water. Maybe that makes you less likely to cringe next time you
      are behind an Airstream. We also have a 76 23' Airstream (not for sale)
      which does not have the system.

      Pam in Tampa

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      > 1. Re: 73 dodge wiring schematic
      > From: Ron Mitchell <rmitchel@...>
      > 2. Re: 73 dodge wiring schematic
      > From: "skills4lou" <skills4lou@...>
      > 3. Thermasan system
      > From: "mazamatm" <tmtractor@...>
      > 4. Re: Thermasan system
      > From: bob.basques@...-paul.mn.us
      > 5. Re: 73 dodge wiring schematic
      > From: don rutledge <don3494@...>
      > 6. Re: 73 dodge wiring schematic
      > From: don rutledge <don3494@...>
      > 7. Re: Thermasan system
      > From: LKUHNAU@...
      > 8. Re: Thermasan system
      > From: "denisond3d3" <denisond3@...>
      > 9. Re: Thermasan system
      > From: "Glenn" <tucson_sailors@...>
      > 10. Re: 73 dodge wiring schematic
      > From: "skills4lou" <skills4lou@...>
      > 11. Re: 73 dodge wiring schematic
      > From: Ron Mitchell <rmitchel@...>
      > 12. Re: Thermasan system
      > From: tim <tim123j@...>
      > 13. Re: Thermasan system
      > From: Blammo <bob.basques@...-paul.mn.us>
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      > Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2005 09:30:07 -0500
      > From: Ron Mitchell <rmitchel@...>
      > Subject: Re: 73 dodge wiring schematic
      >
      > Don,
      > That sounds like a good idea in general. What grease did you use and
      > where did you get it. It sounds like the solution to numerous minor
      > electrical glitches I've been having in my '76 M-500. Thanks for the tip.
      >
      > Ron
      > 1976 Coachmen
      >
      > At 01:02 AM 2/1/05, you wrote:
      > >This may be a shot in the dark, but on my 78 Dodge class A, I had the
      same
      > >problem until I cleaned the group of connectors coming out of the fuse
      > >block under the front lift-up dash panel. On mine, this group of
      > >connectors passed out through the bottom of that same dash and went their
      > >various ways.I found them to be highly corroded from time and cleaned
      > >them, then filled the connectors with electrical grease that essentially
      > >took up the air space between the pins so no air could further oxidize
      > >them. For me, that fixed the problem.Hope that helps,regards, Don in
      > >Chandler,AZ.
      > >
      > >skills4lou <skills4lou@...> wrote:
      > >Does anyone have a wiring schematic for a 73 dodge class A chassis?
      > >My motorhome ran for about 2 minutes this morning then died. Now I
      > >can't get power to anything normally on when the key is on (heater,
      > >ignition, starter, wipers, turn signals)
      > >Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!!
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      > Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2005 16:12:30 -0000
      > From: "skills4lou" <skills4lou@...>
      > Subject: Re: 73 dodge wiring schematic
      >
      >
      > The VIN is: R49CA3S129117
      > As far as I can tell it's an RM350 chassis. I got a couple of
      > different schematics, thanks to all for your help. Now to start
      > troubleshooting again. Wish me luck!!
      >
      > --- In classicrv@yahoogroups.com, Ron Mitchell <rmitchel@f...> wrote:
      > > If you can't find the exact year you need, I have the diagrams for
      > a the
      > > 1976 series. I'd imagine they're probably very close. Which chassis
      > do you
      > > have? Look at the first three digits of the chassis VIN number.
      > >
      > > At 09:27 PM 1/31/05, you wrote:
      > >
      > > >Does anyone have a wiring schematic for a 73 dodge class A chassis?
      > > >My motorhome ran for about 2 minutes this morning then died. Now I
      > > >can't get power to anything normally on when the key is on (heater,
      > > >ignition, starter, wipers, turn signals)
      > > >Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!!
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      > Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2005 17:24:18 -0000
      > From: "mazamatm" <tmtractor@...>
      > Subject: Thermasan system
      >
      >
      > Good morning. Anybody know of s system called "Thermasan" which
      > eliminated the dumping of the toilet tank by actually squirting a
      > small amount of "stuff" into the exhaust manifold as you drove? The
      > claims are that appx 1/2Gal per 15 miles would be disposed of and I
      > think this system would be great.....if it worked. Any info on
      > this? Is it still available? Would it drive enviromentalists
      > crazy? I just gotta know...thanks.
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      > Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2005 11:37:53 -0600
      > From: bob.basques@...-paul.mn.us
      > Subject: Re: Thermasan system
      >
      > mazamatm wrote:
      >
      > >
      > > Good morning. Anybody know of s system called "Thermasan" which
      > > eliminated the dumping of the toilet tank by actually squirting a
      > > small amount of "stuff" into the exhaust manifold as you drove? The
      > > claims are that appx 1/2Gal per 15 miles would be disposed of and I
      > > think this system would be great.....if it worked. Any info on
      > > this? Is it still available? Would it drive enviromentalists
      > > crazy? I just gotta know...thanks.
      >
      > I have a sales brochure that came with my '73 Airstream that listed it
      > as an option. A couple of them just went up for sale on Ebay a few
      > months back still in the orginal box. From what I understand, the heat
      > of the exhaust was supposed to incierate the stream being pipeint into
      > it. It was unclear if it would work with todays cars/trucks with
      > catalytic convertors and such.
      >
      > bobb
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      > Date: Tue, 1 Feb 2005 09:50:13 -0800 (PST)
      > From: don rutledge <don3494@...>
      > Subject: Re: 73 dodge wiring schematic
      >
      > Hey Ron. My rig is an M-500. The electrical grease I use is some I bought
      from circuit specialists in Mesa, which is about 10 miles from my place.It
      is a silicone based white grease that is used for transistor bases to seat
      in and provides conduction for heat. You can also get it at radio Shack. It
      lasts forever and doesn't harden over time.It comes in a tube and is called
      thermal-joint compound.There is also one made by Dow-corning called type
      111. It is clear and does just fine also.Neither one hardens up. Great stuff
      ! regards, Don in Chandler, Az
      >
      > Ron Mitchell <rmitchel@...> wrote:Don,
      > That sounds like a good idea in general. What grease did you use and
      > where did you get it. It sounds like the solution to numerous minor
      > electrical glitches I've been having in my '76 M-500. Thanks for the tip.
      >
      > Ron
      > 1976 Coachmen
      >
      > At 01:02 AM 2/1/05, you wrote:
      > >This may be a shot in the dark, but on my 78 Dodge class A, I had the
      same
      > >problem until I cleaned the group of connectors coming out of the fuse
      > >block under the front lift-up dash panel. On mine, this group of
      > >connectors passed out through the bottom of that same dash and went their
      > >various ways.I found them to be highly corroded from time and cleaned
      > >them, then filled the connectors with electrical grease that essentially
      > >took up the air space between the pins so no air could further oxidize
      > >them. For me, that fixed the problem.Hope that helps,regards, Don in
      > >Chandler,AZ.
      > >
      > >skills4lou <skills4lou@...> wrote:
      > >Does anyone have a wiring schematic for a 73 dodge class A chassis?
      > >My motorhome ran for about 2 minutes this morning then died. Now I
      > >can't get power to anything normally on when the key is on (heater,
      > >ignition, starter, wipers, turn signals)
      > >Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!!
      > >
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      > Date: Tue, 1 Feb 2005 10:00:36 -0800 (PST)
      > From: don rutledge <don3494@...>
      > Subject: Re: 73 dodge wiring schematic
      >
      > On my 78 Dodge M-500, it also wouldn't start with the key until I figgered
      out that turning the key and hitting the emergency start button AT THE SAME
      time(which would double up the batteries in parallel allowed me to get the
      rig home ok),and enuf time available to trouble shoot the problem which was
      the connections we discussed. Regards, don in Chandler.az.
      >
      > Ron Mitchell <rmitchel@...> wrote:Don,
      > That sounds like a good idea in general. What grease did you use and
      > where did you get it. It sounds like the solution to numerous minor
      > electrical glitches I've been having in my '76 M-500. Thanks for the tip.
      >
      > Ron
      > 1976 Coachmen
      >
      > At 01:02 AM 2/1/05, you wrote:
      > >This may be a shot in the dark, but on my 78 Dodge class A, I had the
      same
      > >problem until I cleaned the group of connectors coming out of the fuse
      > >block under the front lift-up dash panel. On mine, this group of
      > >connectors passed out through the bottom of that same dash and went their
      > >various ways.I found them to be highly corroded from time and cleaned
      > >them, then filled the connectors with electrical grease that essentially
      > >took up the air space between the pins so no air could further oxidize
      > >them. For me, that fixed the problem.Hope that helps,regards, Don in
      > >Chandler,AZ.
      > >
      > >skills4lou <skills4lou@...> wrote:
      > >Does anyone have a wiring schematic for a 73 dodge class A chassis?
      > >My motorhome ran for about 2 minutes this morning then died. Now I
      > >can't get power to anything normally on when the key is on (heater,
      > >ignition, starter, wipers, turn signals)
      > >Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!!
      > >
      > >
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      > Message: 7
      > Date: Tue, 1 Feb 2005 10:21:02 -0800
      > From: LKUHNAU@...
      > Subject: Re: Thermasan system
      >
      > Hello All...
      >
      > I am not an eviromentalist but it would drive me nuts!!!...I'll never
      > drive behind an airstream again and think it is beautiful!!!..
      >
      > Ugh!!!...
      >
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      > Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2005 21:19:31 -0000
      > From: "denisond3d3" <denisond3@...>
      > Subject: Re: Thermasan system
      >
      >
      > --- In classicrv@yahoogroups.com, "mazamatm" <tmtractor@j...> wrote:
      > >
      > > Good morning. Anybody know of s system called "Thermasan" which
      > > eliminated the dumping of the toilet tank ............
      >
      > I know it was available in the early 70s, on other RVs besides
      > AirStreams, including Winnebagos. I dont think it would eliminate the
      > holding tank, but could help to empty one that could then be smaller.
      > It would seem to have applied mostly to smaller RVs, where space was
      > at more of a premium. It had a control system, to ensure it only did
      > its job when you were up to speed and the exhaust system was hot
      > enough to totally incinerate organics.
      > I have never heard of it in the last 20 years though.
      >
      >
      >
      >
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      > Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2005 22:03:39 -0000
      > From: "Glenn" <tucson_sailors@...>
      > Subject: Re: Thermasan system
      >
      >
      > Reminds me in concept to the old Ma Bell electric arc toilets.
      > Incinerated waste product at the old remote Central Offices that were
      > too far away to drill a well, etc. Worked pretty good, and I saw an
      > advertisement the other day for a modern version. Requires beaucoup
      > amounts of electric, so not so hot for RV's, but great for cabins and
      > such that have generators or grid electric. If interested, do a seach
      > for ATT "Long Lines" and there is a pretty good photo of one.
      >
      > And would it be the *manifold* or just into the exhaust system?
      >
      > Glenn in Tucson
      > 1978 Dodge Tioga
      >
      >
      >
      > --- In classicrv@yahoogroups.com, bob.basques@c... wrote:
      > > mazamatm wrote:
      > >
      > > >
      > > > Good morning. Anybody know of s system called "Thermasan" which
      > > > eliminated the dumping of the toilet tank by actually squirting a
      > > > small amount of "stuff" into the exhaust manifold as you drove?
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
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      > Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2005 23:41:24 -0000
      > From: "skills4lou" <skills4lou@...>
      > Subject: Re: 73 dodge wiring schematic
      >
      >
      > Thanks to everyone, especially Bob Crockett who sent a schematic. I
      > got it running this morning. Turns out it was a bad fuse holder.
      > Apparantly this has shorted before, because the original connection
      > had fried, so someone put a little bypass with a fuse in it around
      > the connection. That little one fried, so I got a good fuse holder
      > and replaced it. All fixed!! Now for the next projects! My new carb
      > should be in this weekend, so hopefully I can do that before the
      > Superbowl. Thanks again for the help!!!
      > --- In classicrv@yahoogroups.com, don rutledge <don3494@y...> wrote:
      > > On my 78 Dodge M-500, it also wouldn't start with the key until I
      > figgered out that turning the key and hitting the emergency start
      > button AT THE SAME time(which would double up the batteries in
      > parallel allowed me to get the rig home ok),and enuf time available
      > to trouble shoot the problem which was the connections we discussed.
      > Regards, don in Chandler.az.
      > >
      > > Ron Mitchell <rmitchel@f...> wrote:Don,
      > > That sounds like a good idea in general. What grease did you
      > use and
      > > where did you get it. It sounds like the solution to numerous
      > minor
      > > electrical glitches I've been having in my '76 M-500. Thanks for
      > the tip.
      > >
      > > Ron
      > > 1976 Coachmen
      > >
      > > At 01:02 AM 2/1/05, you wrote:
      > > >This may be a shot in the dark, but on my 78 Dodge class A, I had
      > the same
      > > >problem until I cleaned the group of connectors coming out of the
      > fuse
      > > >block under the front lift-up dash panel. On mine, this group of
      > > >connectors passed out through the bottom of that same dash and
      > went their
      > > >various ways.I found them to be highly corroded from time and
      > cleaned
      > > >them, then filled the connectors with electrical grease that
      > essentially
      > > >took up the air space between the pins so no air could further
      > oxidize
      > > >them. For me, that fixed the problem.Hope that helps,regards, Don
      > in
      > > >Chandler,AZ.
      > > >
      > > >skills4lou <skills4lou@y...> wrote:
      > > >Does anyone have a wiring schematic for a 73 dodge class A
      > chassis?
      > > >My motorhome ran for about 2 minutes this morning then died. Now I
      > > >can't get power to anything normally on when the key is on
      > (heater,
      > > >ignition, starter, wipers, turn signals)
      > > >Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!!
      > > >
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      > Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2005 21:37:02 -0500
      > From: Ron Mitchell <rmitchel@...>
      > Subject: Re: 73 dodge wiring schematic
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      > Thanks, Don. I'll get some and give it a try. Sounds like a winner. I've
      > cleaned up a number of old corroded connections.
      > Ron
      > 1976 Coachmen
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      > At 12:50 PM 2/1/05, you wrote:
      > >Hey Ron. My rig is an M-500. The electrical grease I use is some I bought
      > >from circuit specialists in Mesa, which is about 10 miles from my
      place.It
      > >is a silicone based white grease that is used for transistor bases to
      seat
      > >in and provides conduction for heat. You can also get it at radio Shack.
      > >It lasts forever and doesn't harden over time.It comes in a tube and is
      > >called thermal-joint compound.There is also one made by Dow-corning
      called
      > >type 111. It is clear and does just fine also.Neither one hardens up.
      > >Great stuff ! regards, Don in Chandler, Az
      > >
      > >Ron Mitchell <rmitchel@...> wrote:Don,
      > > That sounds like a good idea in general. What grease did you use and

      > >where did you get it. It sounds like the solution to numerous minor
      > >electrical glitches I've been having in my '76 M-500. Thanks for the tip.
      > >
      > >Ron
      > >1976 Coachmen
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      > >At 01:02 AM 2/1/05, you wrote:
      > > >This may be a shot in the dark, but on my 78 Dodge class A, I had the
      same
      > > >problem until I cleaned the group of connectors coming out of the fuse
      > > >block under the front lift-up dash panel. On mine, this group of
      > > >connectors passed out through the bottom of that same dash and went
      their
      > > >various ways.I found them to be highly corroded from time and cleaned
      > > >them, then filled the connectors with electrical grease that
      essentially
      > > >took up the air space between the pins so no air could further oxidize
      > > >them. For me, that fixed the problem.Hope that helps,regards, Don in
      > > >Chandler,AZ.
      > > >
      > > >skills4lou <skills4lou@...> wrote:
      > > >Does anyone have a wiring schematic for a 73 dodge class A chassis?
      > > >My motorhome ran for about 2 minutes this morning then died. Now I
      > > >can't get power to anything normally on when the key is on (heater,
      > > >ignition, starter, wipers, turn signals)
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      > Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2005 19:58:54 -0700
      > From: tim <tim123j@...>
      > Subject: Re: Thermasan system
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      > bob.basques@...-paul.mn.us wrote:
      > I have a 1973 Executive and it has that thermasan system installed and I
      > have the information supplied by the manufacture. the system uses a
      > special pump and an additive to the holding tank they claim to meet
      > california emissions standards and say nothing comes out the exhaust,
      > the extreem high tempt completly burns all solid waste.
      >
      > I bought this motorhome last spring and have spent most tof the last
      > year getting it ready for the road so I do not know if the unit works
      > or if I will even try to use it. But I will be on the road with my new
      > 1973 executive this spring.
      >
      > Glenn Anderson
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      > > > Good morning. Anybody know of s system called "Thermasan" which
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      > Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2005 21:37:18 -0600
      > From: Blammo <bob.basques@...-paul.mn.us>
      > Subject: Re: Thermasan system
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      > tim wrote:
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      > > bob.basques@...-paul.mn.us wrote:
      > > I have a 1973 Executive and it has that thermasan system installed and I
      > > have the information supplied by the manufacture. the system uses a
      > > special pump and an additive to the holding tank they claim to meet
      > > california emissions standards and say nothing comes out the exhaust,
      > > the extreem high tempt completly burns all solid waste.
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      > That's interesting, that's the first I've heard about the Additive. do
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      Hello... You mean that I can cringe behind all RVs because anyone of them could have it???... It is my understanding that it works on Solid Waste, not just
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        Hello...

        You mean that I can cringe behind all RVs because anyone of them could
        have it???...

        It is my understanding that it works on Solid Waste, not just gray
        water...LINDA, Gresham, Oregon
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