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Old 12-18-2013, 11:38 AM   #15641
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Old 12-18-2013, 11:47 AM   #15642
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Old 12-18-2013, 04:04 PM   #15643
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Hey there phat Phrog Phamily!
I need your help please!

What would cause my fresh water tank fill, not to work. We spent almost two hours hooked up to city water to fill the tank, but the light indicator still shows 1/3, so it is not filling. Also, the pump is not cycling while filling, but I am able to turn on a faucet, and the pump works fine.

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Old 12-18-2013, 04:15 PM   #15644
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Hooked up to City/W. no pump action. Using water tank, pump neeed. (2) hrs running water,you could fill a Fire Truck! (1) supply hose blocked or froze. (2) Water gauge wrong.(3) Aquaman is at your Toyhauler! Youroo!!
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Just hooking to city water connection will not fill mine, there is a special capped inlet for filling the tank.
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Old 12-18-2013, 04:59 PM   #15646
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Hey there phat Phrog Phamily!
I need your help please!

What would cause my fresh water tank fill, not to work. We spent almost two hours hooked up to city water to fill the tank, but the light indicator still shows 1/3, so it is not filling. Also, the pump is not cycling while filling, but I am able to turn on a faucet, and the pump works fine.

Ideas appreciated!

If you are hooked to city water inlet that is one thing....there is another inlet that goes to your fresh water tank that you need to use.

Typically it will not be threaded - just shove your hose in and turn it on - when it squirts out, you are full

Oh, and make sure your fresh water take drain is CLOSED (voice of experience here )
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Old 12-18-2013, 05:15 PM   #15647
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City water connection on left with hose connected. Fresh water fill on right with cap on it. Bottom picture is fresh water fill open for hose.
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On my Windjammer, the city water connection is on the left (opposite door side) of the trailer, but the fresh water fill is on the right (door) side, right at the back of the trailer. Don't know if yours is like that or not.
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Old 12-18-2013, 07:42 PM   #15649
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RVC's driver here. I have one screw in connection with a 'valve' that allows me to fill the fresh water tank in one position, or in the other position it lets me use city or tank water depending on if the city water is hooked up. I thought about the line to the fresh tank maybe being froze but it was nice and warm today, the unit is skirted with lights underneath and it still didn't fill the tank.
In the past when filling the fresh tank my pump would cycle as the water went in. It's not doing that now. The pump does work because it's pulling what little water I have in the tank. I can also get water when the city feed is connected. Can't leave the city feed on overnight because it' been getting below freezing.
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New to ALL of this forum but have to ask. DW stands for 'dear wife', right?
What if I talk about my hubby? What is the 'DF' or other thing to call him? (be nice now)
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