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Old 03-04-2012, 10:57 PM   #21
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Our fresh water fill is high in the inside of a "covienience" docking station, making it difficult to fill using a funnel.
One of the first mods that I plan to do when our unit arrives is to add a second Winterizeing type valve on the high(er) presure side of the demand pump to direct the flow of water back into the tank.

Once that is done, whenever I need to tranfer water, I will run a hose between the winterizing inlet port and what ever I use to carry water in (probably 6 gal water jugs). With a couple of valve turns, the water should flow nicely from the jugs into the fresh water tank using the onboard demand pump. At least according to theory.

Cathy & Jeff
Midland, Michigan
2013 Sabre 32RCTS / 2012 Ram2500 Hemi
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Old 03-07-2012, 11:03 AM   #22
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Since my water fill connection is below my water tank I am unable to use the "gravity fill" method. To solve the issue, I bought a portable transfer water pump (115v). I start my generator and run the pump to get water from my two 6 gallon water jugs. I found this method to be much faster than using a 12v rv pump (and I don't use battery power). If I time it right, I do this when we are already using the generator (for the microwave or for my coffee--not too early in the morning).

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