Fresh water overflow issue
Wanted to make others aware of this. I have a new Georgetown 350 and one of the first things I did was to remove the black panel in the compartment housing the fresh water tank so I could physically see the level of the water.
Glad I did. 2 weeks ago when filling my tank, I let it overflow. For those that have looked, the overflow tube connects at the top of the tank, which one would expect, and then curves down and goes through the floor of the compartment. It has overflowed before with no real issue but 2 weeks ago, the overflowing water created a siphoning effect on the tank since the hose drains out below the tank and my entire tank started to collapse. It caved in a long ways and the only way I could stop it from continuing to collapse was to unscrew the hose clamp and release the overflow tube at the top of the tank. If I would have had the black panel in there, I likely would not have seen this other than being perplexed as to why water kept running out.
Tank popped back to its original shape and seems fine. I drilled a new hole in the side of the compartment and rerouted the drain hose so that the water overflows near the top edge of the tank. Tested it twice and it works great. Will try to post a pic in a couple of days to show others how I did it.