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Old 10-13-2011, 11:29 AM   #1
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Funny story....Went camping last weekend. Got there and rushed to get everything hooked up. My wife comes out and says...Do you have the water hooked up?....Checked, yes it is hooked up, but I did not turn it on. I turned it on and could hear the water running....at first I thought it was filling the hot water heater....little time passes...still running and I hear water...it sounds like it is going into my enclosed under belly...quickly I rush and turn off the water. At this point, I am freaking out....how did I develop a leak? What happened? Went to look at the hook-up station...and found that I hooked the hose to the black tank flush in my rush to get hooked up....Can you say DUUUUUUHHHHHH This is the first year that I have had the luxury of have a black tank flush and the two hookup locations are near each other but still, duh....I bet I won't do this twice.
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Old 10-13-2011, 11:42 AM   #2
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My story is similar but the similarities stop when you went to the hook-up station. I went back to the side of the TT and found water running out from under my enclosed under belly... shut the water off and really freaked out wondering where my leak could be. I went inside the TT to find water had ran from the bathroom to under the wall on the other side and out the TT. I guess in my efforts to drain the water heater last time, I left the bathroom faucets on. I had water coming out of them, onto the floor and out the TT.

I stand by your last comment, I bet I won't do this twice
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