Congrats on the new camper!
Greetings from Minnesota and welcome to the forum!
I struggled with how do I get a bleach solution into the fresh water tank to sterilize the water system. I used my 50 ft drinking water hose, screwed it onto the fresh water inlet, then using a 6 foot ladder and a funnel in the other end of the hose, poured in the bleach solution. I had used duct tape to hold the end of the hose at the top of the ladder. About a half gallon of solution filled the hose (and ran over cleaning the ladder!) then I raised the hose above the fresh water inlet until all the solution ran into the tank (slowly) and repeated the process to get the whole mixture into the tank. Then filled the tank about half full (to have a slightly stronger solution) and turned on the water pump, ran water at all three sinks until I could smell the bleach. Then completely filled the fresh water tank. Let everything sit overnight, in the morning, drained the tank and refilled and drained again. Then flushed out the faucets.
There must be a better way to get water or bleach solution or RV antifreeze in the fall into the fresh water tank when you don't have water pressure to force it in.
We love our home on wheels! Love the floor plan and really like the rear outside kitchen! 13 nights camping so far!
2014 Salem Hemisphere Lite 282RK
TV - 96 E150 Van 5.8L V8
Tekonsha P3 Brake Cont. w/EAZ-Lift WDH