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Old 04-06-2010, 14:40   #1
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With a holding tank the way I read the regulation is that a unreleaseable wire tie is to be used to "lock" the Y valve as one possible remedy. However no mention is made for using a padlock on the access door to the valve for a Type III. It does mention a padlock for Type I and II but says it's for the door to the toilet and no mention again about padlocking any access door to the valve. Any additional comments about padlocks to access doors to the y valve?? Any references? Type III?
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