Originally Posted by DBsRedVett
Going to show these posted to my husband. I've had the same problem, but we had all the filters removed from all the faucets and toilet. I even had them take the old toilet out and replace with an upgraded (free on them) because I was having issues with no water in the toilet, still having same issues. Yesterday we flushed out the hot water heater, some white chips came out. Then he brought out the Porta Cable and we blew out all the lines. Then we changed the part out in the back of the toilet to the pedestal and still getting very little water. Buy the way this part was free of white power and chips. I'm heading out to Missouri "Purina Farms" and Kansas for 3 weeks "Dog Shows", does anyone have any suggestions, I'm tried of carrying containers of water and using it to flush my toilet. I'm getting to call Dometic and tell them there is a problem and how can I solve it.
I'd try the following:
1. disconnect from city water
2. turn off the water pump
3. Use the low point drain and time how long it takes the water pump to pump out 2 gallons of water. (This usually takes 2 people to do.)
3. disconnect the water feed line to the toilet and put it in a bucket.
4. Turn on the pump and time how long it takes to pump 2 gallons of water into the bucket.
If the two times are very similar, you have a clog in the toilet between the valve and its dispensing ports. If there's only a dribble of water at the toilet, the clog is in the water line feeding it. In this case, the clog has to be between where the water line connects to the toilet and the joint where that line connects to the cold water feeding something else.
In my 2011 Georgetown 327DS, the shower is right next to the toilet and, if there's a problem with water to the toilet, I could use the shower head on its long hose to flush the toilet.