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Old 07-02-2014, 10:41 PM   #41
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...You should also never turboflush with the dump valves closed. There is a caution in the manual and a sticker on the wall under the connection...
I have the same stickers, but do you think it does any harm to close the valves and let the turboflush run for 45 seconds to a minute? I would think the warning is to prevent filling the tank and over flowing it into the toilet, etc.
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Old 07-02-2014, 11:16 PM   #42
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I have the same stickers, but do you think it does any harm to close the valves and let the turboflush run for 45 seconds to a minute? I would think the warning is to prevent filling the tank and over flowing it into the toilet, etc.

I agree and close mine for a bit a couple of different times during flushing. Helps free up more stuff.
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Old 07-03-2014, 06:21 AM   #43
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Mine has a dedicated black flush that's labelled, a fresh water fill that's labelled and a city water hook up that's also labelled. They had the black flush hooked up to the fresh water
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Ok so never mind. Took it out this weekend to holden beach nc and still shows fresh water tank filling with city water hooked up. Pretty sure it's the water pump now. Unless there is a valve that I'm missing
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Old 07-05-2014, 12:11 AM   #45
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On our 02 Georgetown, there's a city hook-up connector and a fresh-water hook-up connector, both regular hose-end hook-ups. The fresh-water tank doesn't get filled when we use the "city" hook-up at campgrounds. I suspect that, if your city hook-up is filling your FW tank, there's a cross-system leak somewhere, or maybe it's mis-plumbed.

Our city (Anacortes, WA) is one of the top five nationwide in water quality, so, regardless of the weight penalty, we always leave home with the FW tank full.
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