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Old 05-28-2016, 08:55 AM   #11
Join Date: Jan 2012
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Originally Posted by barnbnb View Post
Slight variation on the subject: When connected to city water, IF I leave the interior control panel water pump switch in the ON position, my fresh tank fills, or I should say overfills, until it runs out the fill port! And many times after being hooked to city water, when I turn the pump on, it takes forever to pressurize the system. Don't know if this is normal.
As far as regular filling of the fresh tank, I have a 90 degree brass pressure regulator that I use for city water, but it also hangs nicely inside the fresh fill hole with no hose kink due to the angled fitting. I can use a wide open faucet to fill. It leaves enough room for air to escape. Venting may possibly be the issue.
I had the same problem last year. Pump was bad.

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