Originally Posted by Flybob
You should not have the water pump on when connected to city water.
Turn off water pump
Shut off city water.
Open a faucet
Turn on water pump
Let water run foe a minute or two
Shut off water pump
Turn city water.
You may have had a stuck valve in the pump back flow valve
Is that a blanket statement, "You should not have the water pump on when connected to city water."? I am a newbie to TT's and a few of the campsites we have been to have so low pressure, we would fill up the tank, turn on the pump and use both the city water and the pump as a way to get higher pressure, Is this a bad idea? I am assuming, that is how you get a stuck back flow valve? Thanks!
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