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Old 04-14-2016, 11:02 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by Rich5117 View Post
Actually you can In fact use the pump when connected to city water. I always keep water in our tank when we are going to be at same place for a bit. We have had the park pressure drop or completely lose water pressure on the city connection. In this case I turn on the pump to increase or take over the water system until the city pressure rises or returns.
Not a bad idea except I don't like hauling much water when running. I add some water to my fw tank when I arrive if I am going to be staying a few days, then empty when leaving. I carry a 5 gallon jug and maybe 5 gallons in the tank for emergencies. Use it for one night stops like at a road side rest.


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