We just took our first trip in our Work and Play 18LT. One night only, and a 100 mile trip. All went well until I got ready to drain the fresh water. It would only drip. I traveled back the 50 miles and still had over half a tank of water when we arrived home. After pulling the drain line, the tank drained, and I found the line clogged with plastic shavings from where the tank fittings had been tapped. The drain valve easily came apart, and I was able to clean it. Only a small problem to deal with, but one the dealer should have caught. My other concern is have any of these shavings been picked up by the pump?
Thanks for the advice, and I did take the inlet apart at the pump, no screen. Then I went to the tank, and there is a screen in the tank for the pump pick-up hose. While I had the line off the pump, I bought another adapter and a length of pvc hose and connected this to the pump. I put the other end in the RV antifreeze jug and used the pump to winterized my camper. I also rearranged the partitions under the front counter almost doubling the usable space.
I also rearranged the partitions under the front counter almost doubling the usable space.
I have moved and in some cases, removed partitions in storage areas
and under cabinets and gained a LOT of extra space.
The factory is pretty darned sloppy when it comes to using up our
valuable storage space!!
__________________ Peace! Dan & Rita D
2004 5.3L Silverado 1500 ext. cab 2WD
1999 Suzuki Intruder Motorcycle
Blue Ox WD hitch, AirLift load levelers
Camping days 2010-53, 2011-47, 2012-41,
2013-41, 2014-31, 2015-40, 2016-38
Or maybe they know how easily it is to overload a trailer and this is there way of counteracting that for liability purposes? Maybe shrugs they put out a good product overall so I gotta give em some credit