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Old 06-26-2014, 05:04 PM   #51
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Silly old man , that's where it is going. Where is it coming.
Well,you silly young whippersnapper, common sense says it is coming from the freshwater tank and the only way it gets into the toilet is by either from the city water connection or by the water pump.

Sheesh! The nerve of some people's kids!
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Old 06-26-2014, 05:07 PM   #52
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Well,you silly young whippersnapper, common sense says it is coming from the freshwater tank and the only way it gets into the toilet is by either from the city water connection or by the water pump.

Sheesh! The nerve of some people's kids!


But, there is always this from post #1:
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We aren't hooked up to any water source and don't have any water in our fresh water tank. The only possibliy we can think of is that it's draining from the water heater - is that even possible??
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If your other half is a joker and is playing a little trick on you, it's a pretty good trick. Or, your trailer could be haunted.
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Old 06-26-2014, 05:15 PM   #54
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But, there is always this from post #1:
Well, Mr. RV, there is only one water line hooked to the toilet valve and that water line is hooked to the freshwater tank via the water pump and also the city water connection. IF there is no city water connection, it has to come from the freshwater tank.

But, I bow to your experience.
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Well, Mr. RV, there is only one water line hooked to the toilet valve and that water line is hooked to the freshwater tank via the water pump and also the city water connection. IF there is no city water connection, it has to come from the freshwater tank.

But, I bow to your experience.
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Well, Mr. RV, there is only one water line hooked to the toilet valve and that water line is hooked to the freshwater tank via the water pump and also the city water connection. IF there is no city water connection, it has to come from the freshwater tank.

But, I bow to your experience.
I'm not being argumentative- I'm just confused if the OP believes that their fresh water tank is empty AND they stated that the city water connection wasn't hooked up, I don't see where the water could have come from. I'm just perplexed, that's all.

I still think you're right with what is next (and likely the problem)- the next troubleshoot/debugging step I would take would be to completely disable the water pump. Something is pushing water up into that bowl and that would be the only thing to do it without a city water connection.

I also think the OP should double-check their fresh water tank (open the drain) to see if water comes out. It sounds like to me that water unexpectedly got into there.
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I'm not being argumentative...
Could've fooled me.
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Could've fooled me.
I guess that's the pot meeting the kettle.

BUT- I've agreed with you all along:
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I don't disagree- I would definitely disconnect the water pump.

But I'm still left wondering- where in the heck could the water be coming from?
As I said, I'm just perplexed as to where the water is coming from with out the OP started the thread. I agree that it had to come from somewhere and that campers get water from 1 of 2 places. Just it contradicts the OP's original statement.

I dunno, as you say- I'm outta here.
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Please allow me....

As I said, I'm just perplexed as to where the water is coming from with out the OP started the thread. I agree that it had to come from somewhere and that campers get water from 1 of 2 places. Just it contradicts the OP's original statement.

I dunno, as you say- I'm outta here.[/QUOTE]

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It rained last night and the grass got wet, I wonder if the water that got the grass wet came from the sewer? Same logic.
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