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Old 04-15-2013, 11:23 PM   #1
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2007 Georgetown 370TS pluming skematic

Does anyone have the plumbing skematic for the 2007 Georgetown 370TS with 1 1/2 baths?
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Old 04-16-2013, 12:21 PM   #2
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Don't know of any plumbing schematic but I probably know how most lines get from Point A to Point B. What are you trying to figure out. I may be able to assist you.
I did post an electrical schematic based on my findings while looking for an electrical problem. Here's the link in case you need it.

120 Volt Wiring Diagram Georgetown 370TS
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Old 04-16-2013, 12:39 PM   #3
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Thanks cfsoistman, I had found your electrical diagrams a good while back and copied the pdf file. It is well done. Thanks. I know basically how the plumbing most probably is run. I was hoping for a factory layout of the exact plumbing layout in case there are any peculiar routings of pipes. Thanks, Elmer
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I know it's a maze of tubing Hot and Cold to each area. It crosses the coach from the driver's side to the passenger side then back to the driver's side to pick up the powder room. The kitchen , washer prep and rear bath feed from the passenger side. Hopefully none of us will ever really need to know where they are.
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Old 05-26-2013, 11:05 PM   #5
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I am having an issue with both toilets. I cannot get any water to them. I am currently hooked up to city water and my coach is going to sit in this campground all summer. Is there a valve somewhere that I should be looking for? This is affecting both toilets. All other sinks, shower work fine. Please Help!
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I do not know what the problem is. I have not been able to get a schematic of the plumbing hookup. Try disconnecting the city water and turning on your water pump so you are using your on board water tank. If this works then rehookup the city water. If this does not solve problem, call April Conner in Warranty at Forest River 504-206-7603. She should be able to tell you the fix or refer you to the proper person. When you call have your model number, year, and serial number available for her. Let me know what you find out. Elmer
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elmerg,

I tried that as well with no luck. I figured it might something like that as well. At this point, I'm just pouring water into the toilets before and after use. It's very frustrating when there is no plumbing schematic.
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bherberger,
Were you able to get plumbing schematic from Forest River? Did you solve the problem?
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Old 05-29-2013, 12:26 PM   #9
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elmerg,

I tried that as well with no luck. I figured it might something like that as well. At this point, I'm just pouring water into the toilets before and after use. It's very frustrating when there is no plumbing schematic.
Are the toilets the only problem? If so turn off the water and disconnect each water supply line to each toilet and see if there's any debris in the line that has the valve blocked. There are no individual valves in the plumbing lines other than the by-pass at the water heater and the two way valve prior to the pump. Check the valve once the water is disconnect to see if it is actually opening.
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RV Toilet Owner's Manual.pdf

Here's the Toilet Manual for reference in case you need it.

See Troubleshooting Section for a breakdown of the valve assembly.

Problem could be a build up of scaling on the filter screen.
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