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Old 01-22-2016, 08:03 PM   #11
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Angry Didn't work

Yes. I read #2.
Tonight here's what I did and thought it worked but then no joy.
1. Disconnected city water
2. ran pump with sink faucet open
3. repeated #2
4. closed sink faucet
5. reconnected city water after cycling city/gravity valve
6. thought it had worked but still filling F/T slowly.

Will repeat procedure tomorrow in daytime.
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Old 07-23-2017, 02:59 PM   #12
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Angry 2015 Coachmen Pursuit 31BD Motorhome - water pump issue

2015 Coachmen Pursuit 31BD Motorhome - water pump issue

We have also issues with freshwater filling while hooked to city water.
This seems to be a very explainable issue, but why does this happen?
Does the pump have a design flaw or is it the plumbing?

I wish we could get an explanation from some one fluent with this issue.

I am thinking of replacing pump...any thoughts or input would be appreciated
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