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Old 06-04-2020, 12:22 AM   #1
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Fresh Tank Shortage

We purchased a 2020 Alpha Wolf 29qb-l last November (Not our first TT, but first brand new TT!). Got to take it for its first trip in early March and realized the pump couldn’t grab water When the gauge read at 1/3. Thought it might have been a bad sensor, but opened the drain and got a lot of fresh water flowing from it.
Finally got it over to the dealer now that the world is reopening and they are telling me that the outlet molded into the tank is just below the 1/3 sensor and that’s how the manufacturer is doing it now... nothing they can do. They even showed me pictures from when they were in the underbelly. Generally think these folks are genuinely honest, but how could Forest get away with that? That’s 10ish gallons of fresh water just completely wasted!
Has anyone else had this or even heard of it? I love the rig, but man that feels like such a waste.
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