Does anyone know how to get water into the fresh water tank without using a pressurized line (city water hose).
I've read on some RV's there is a switch to draw water from a non pressurized source like a bucket using the water pump but I don't think that works on the Georgetown, The tank and pump are under the bed in the back.. it looks like it comes directly from the tank so I can't see how it could be used to pump water into the tank.. also there is no switch in the water bay.
I also can't find any way to pour water into the tank.. it appears sealed.
We need to sanitize the lines.. we've bought a camco hand pump.. It's for winterizing but it's the only way I can figure to get bleach water into the system.
also does anyone know what size tank came on the 303?
It's not marked and the manual that came with the RV is very generic.
As for the electrical
Does anyone know if there is a chassis battery disconnect? and where?
I've read a lot of RV have one but I can't find it for the Chassis.
We've had it sitting for about a week while supplies and parts came in the mail and the chassis battery went flat.
We've had it plugged into the house but apparently that does nothing for chassis battery and to make things worse it seems like the steps, lp leak detector and (probably) generator runs off the chassis battery.
How do people keep their chassis battery from going dead when parked but the rv is in use?
Also why don't they just wire the leak detector to the house batteries?
I think that is what the main battery drain was.
Does anyone have an electrical schematic for this motor home?
Im constantly scratching my head as to why the things are wired the way they are, it's almsot like they engineer these things for problems.