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Old 12-18-2013, 07:52 PM   #15651
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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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Kenny, I'd suspect there may be just a small amount of ice remaining in the fill line.

Ateepay, yes it would be DW and DH respectively. Often the "D" has interchangeable definitions
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Old 12-18-2013, 08:01 PM   #15652
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Kenny, I'd suspect there may be just a small amount of ice remaining in the fill line.

Ateepay, yes it would be DW and DH respectively. Often the "D" has interchangeable definitions
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Yeah I've been wondering about the maybe still a bit frozen water line being the issue. Tonight is above freezing and tomorrow may see the 50s so stand by for updates.
BTW....we have a pile of rocks here 'the chick' would get a kick out of.
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Old 12-18-2013, 08:12 PM   #15653
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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)
Hey ateepay! Welcome to the forum!! And especially welcome to the phat Phrog hang out zone! This is just a thread that was started here on the FRF for fun as we all waited and prepared to go to Goshen IN for the FROG Rally! That was before last August! This thread (which is like a conversation that takes place over an idea or question or thought), has been continuing while we wait to meet again at next years FROG Rally! I think it may be one of our most enduring threads!

Yes DW is for Dear Wife....DH for Dear Hubby....I am only assuming what a DF might mean....I'm just sayin!

Oh, and yeah you can talk about your DH here!! There are lots of DH's here that will help him out if needed! Or defend him if needed....I'm just sayin!
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Old 12-18-2013, 08:24 PM   #15654
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There should be an inlet check valve at your fill port.
It's a good chance it's stuck.

Try sticking a little screw driver in there and see if it moves.


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Old 12-18-2013, 08:28 PM   #15655
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We will check that tomorrow when we have light!
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Old 12-18-2013, 08:32 PM   #15656
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Here are a couple of updated pics of the house. It is too wet to walk around and look at the metal siding they did, but here is what it looks like on one end. Oh, check out the fireplace in progress!
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NO MORE ROCKS!

The fireplace looks huge. I've always judged a fireplace by, if I can sit in the firebox and still have a drink, it's a good one
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That fireplace would be a lot warmer if you would get the cardboard out of there and build a WOOD fire...
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That fireplace would be a lot warmer if you would get the cardboard out of there and build a WOOD fire...
I know right?!?
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NO MORE ROCKS!

The fireplace looks huge. I've always judged a fireplace by, if I can sit in the firebox and still have a drink, it's a good one
Have you seen the fireplace at the Biltmore mansion? You can stand up in it and put 8' logs in it.
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