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Old 10-19-2015, 11:33 AM   #1
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Question Help...bedroom floor wet???

We had a full FW tank when we left on a 3 day trip to a rally where we had FULL hookups. The 1st night and next morning everything was okay... at least we didn't notice a wet floor. then after the 2nd night we noticed the floor next to the bed on the drivers side of the coach was very wet.
We drained the FW tank and shut off the city water and proceeded to use only the gallon jugs of water we had filled from the city water for our water source.
Is there some switch or value we should adjust when connecting to city water. In the utility hook up access area we have three ports but no switches or levers. We've never experienced this issue before and have been connected to full hooks ups in the past.
Any ideas??? We are back home. Have dried out the carpet in the last 36 hours. The FW is empty and we have hooked up the RV to the hose so see if we can recreate the leak.
Would love to hear ideas, thoughts and recommendations. J & J

Jane & Jay
Olathe Kansas
2000 Forest River Georgetown
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Old 10-19-2015, 11:41 AM   #2
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I would NOT hook up to city water,use Very low Air Pressure 15-20 PSI you can HEAR it and NOT have WATER to deal with AGIN! Youroo!!

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Old 10-19-2015, 05:03 PM   #3
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Greetings and welcome

Take a look at these threads.

Fresh Water tanks keeps filling magically......

post #4
Water leaking

I just searched the Georgetown sub-forum for these threads.
There are several threads in other sub-forums with problems like yours, some have water running out of the fresh water tank vent on the roof others have water showing up inside.

Monitor the level of your empty fresh water tank after you've turned on the city water.
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