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Old 07-29-2013, 02:28 PM   #11
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Yay! Thanks for the photos. I will start digging for one
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Old 07-29-2013, 02:39 PM   #12
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The problem. . . I found the little cap piece on the ground. However i coukd not get the darn hose off do i pulled it out and took it off and looked from the inside. Tapoed a couple times and the white piece came out. I think because the cap popped off it was causing it to hit the connection in the trailer hose, therefore cutting off the water pressure.
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Nowto figure how to get the metal hose connector piece off to put it back in where it belongs.
I have it off right now. Is that ok for the time being? Or will it not work right? Right now we have water.
It is about a hundred degrees out and no shade so i need to wait to try to get it off.
Any suggestions to get it off? When i try to turn the hose, the part it is screwed into turns as well.


How it was. . .
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How it should be. . .
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Kimberly Ann, I think you are missing a spring from that check valve.
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Old 07-29-2013, 03:07 PM   #13
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Ohhhh! Yah. Me no see screw around. :/ lol
I guess i need to get a new one. Wondering if it was in wrong. It had the flat part closest to the trailer inside the metal connector. It had the little top on the outside of that same metal connector where the hose connects from the outside for incoming water.
Im not sure how it is suposto be with the screw.
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Lookie what i found. Here is a great discription on what i need to do.
It seems the spring might still be in there. Ill need to check closer. Maybe it just got stuck. I will go out when i can get some shade and,double check.
Here is a good link with photos if anyone else needs help also.
http://www.sunlineclub.com/forums/f7...air-11736.html
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Ohhhh! Yah. Me no see screw around. :/ lol
I guess i need to get a new one. Wondering if it was in wrong. It had the flat part closest to the trailer inside the metal connector. It had the little top on the outside of that same metal connector where the hose connects from the outside for incoming water.
Im not sure how it is suposto be with the screw.
I did a little internet searching. We may already have something on our Forest River Forums about this.......but I did find some pics here on another forum about the fresh water inlet that may help you understand how the check valve goes together.

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Old 07-29-2013, 03:23 PM   #16
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Lookie what i found. Here is a great discription on what i need to do.
It seems the spring might still be in there. Ill need to check closer. Maybe it just got stuck. I will go out when i can get some shade and,double check.
Here is a good link with photos if anyone else needs help also.
Fresh Water Inlet Valve Repair - Sunline Coach Owner's Club
That's funny. You found the exact same thing as I did.
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