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Old 02-24-2013, 10:43 AM   #1
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Identify and How to use those pipe of RV Sunseeker 2001

Hi, I'm just bought used RV Sunseeker 2001 (Ford) but no manual book and I don't know nothing about RV. Here the pics and can you help me how to identify the pipe and how to use it while I'm in Campground. Thank you very much.

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Old 02-24-2013, 11:23 AM   #2
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Go to the Forest River website and you can download a manual. It may not exactly be your year but should help give you some basic information. Here is the link:
Forest River RV Customer Service
Click the Motorized link under Owner's Manuals.
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Hi, I'm just bought used RV Sunseeker 2001 (Ford) but no manual book and I don't know nothing about RV. Here the pics and can you help me how to identify the pipe and how to use it while I'm in Campground. Thank you very much.

Cuong Dinh
The two knobs appear to be the hot and cold faucets for your outside shower. The shower head and the hose for it are missing in your photo.

The lower left of the three connections is for connecting a hose from the campground faucet so that you can use campground water while camping.

Read the tag to the right of the lower right connection. It appears to be for flushing out your black water tank. Don't use your fresh water hose for this, and NEVER do it unless your tank drain is open.

Finally, the upper connection appears to be either for filling the fresh water tank so that you can use water when dry camping, or for winterizing. There should be a label telling you which it is.
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The two knobs appear to be the hot and cold faucets for your outside shower. The shower head and the hose for it are missing in your photo.

The lower left of the three connections is for connecting a hose from the campground faucet so that you can use campground water while camping.

Read the tag to the right of the lower right connection. It appears to be for flushing out your black water tank. Don't use your fresh water hose for this, and NEVER do it unless your tank drain is open.

Finally, the upper connection appears to be either for filling the fresh water tank so that you can use water when dry camping, or for winterizing. There should be a label telling you which it is.
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Old 02-24-2013, 12:55 PM   #5
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Thanks for all your help. I will printout and put right the place. Another questions.

* How you fill to freshwater tank?

Please forgive me if I ask dump question because this is the first my RV. I will going to Camp with 3 kids for their School SpringBreak in next 2 weeks.

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