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Old 01-26-2016, 02:54 PM   #21
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Any chance it has two 40 gal tanks that are tied together?
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Old 01-26-2016, 05:40 PM   #22
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You need to look a little closer, one should be fresh water, one should "BLACK tank flush"
Yes it is dumb to stack them this way, but i will bet you it is cheaper to build.
Also always be comfortable contacting FR direct, that is part of what we all pay for (warranty) is just not for when things break down, it is for newbies to ask and learn how "not" to break thing also. So find all the phone numbers for all the people in your line ( there are different people for different lines) and put them in your cell phone to have handy.
Hope this helps some, and Happy Camping
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Old 01-26-2016, 09:05 PM   #23
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Any chance it has two 40 gal tanks that are tied together?
I thought about this but I can't tell
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Old 01-26-2016, 09:26 PM   #24
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RipSteele, give us your unit's model number so we can do some internet research - at least we can look at pics of a single model.

I apologize for contributing to the hijack of this thread. Thanks to Mr. Havercamp for getting it back to the OP's issues in post 17.
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Old 01-26-2016, 09:53 PM   #25
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My Mini Lite has 3 connections: City Water, Black Tank Flush, and Anti-Freeze. The City Water and AF are next to each other. The BT flush is farther away.

Do you have a 3rd one somewhere else? It would make sense that your two are City water and Anti-freeze, since they're so close together. BT flush should be near the black tank, where ever that is.

You should post the model of your trailer, as there appear to be several "2011 Wildwood toy hauler" versions out there.
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The picture the OP put up in post 4 shows two gravity fills with no threaded connection. You can see the screened ports for the vent lines on each one. One has to be for the fresh tank. Is it possible his unit has two fresh tanks? I added a tank on one of my hybrids and had two fills like that, but I have never seen one from the factory. And with two tanks you need a 3 way valve somewhere on the pump suction line.

Maybe they cut the 3" hole for it in the wrong place, and then just stuck an extra fill port in to fill the hole ? That would not surprise me.

Why not look underneath, or open up the access inside, and see whats connected to them and where it go's?
Back to post 17. With the freshly posted model number, I located the pic below and see a better pic of the "two gravity fills with no threaded connection". I can't read the two identical warning labels next these fill tubes.
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Finally had time to take a picture and read the labels. I feel stupid now
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Now inquiring minds want to know if there are two (2) fresh (potable) water tanks or one (1) tank with two (2) fill tubes. Ha! Of course, that might require dropping the bottom cover and must of us don't want to know that badly!
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Now inquiring minds want to know if there are two (2) fresh (potable) water tanks or one (1) tank with two (2) fill tubes. Ha! Of course, that might require dropping the bottom cover and must of us don't want to know that badly!
Could possibly find the rate of fill from your home spigot (time to fill a 5 gallon bucket) then fill a tank and see how long it takes, or just fill one and see if you can add more water to the second inlet. The first scenario would tell you approximately the size tanks though.
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