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Old 07-10-2020, 04:10 PM   #1
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No water flow

First time out Geo Pro g19fd
Ok with city water hookup.
At new site no city water. Filled water tank. Have attempted to get water to faucets. Pump works, I believe. Told by seller how to set the 3 valves on system. Pump continues to run, no pressure, only air or sputtering air/water?
Cold water valve perp.
Hot water valve perp.
Other one parallel.
Have also tried the reverse of above, same outcome😱.
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Old 07-10-2020, 04:16 PM   #2
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First time out Geo Pro g19fd
Ok with city water hookup.
At new site no city water. Filled water tank. Have attempted to get water to faucets. Pump works, I believe. Told by seller how to set the 3 valves on system. Pump continues to run, no pressure, only air or sputtering air/water?
Cold water valve perp.
Hot water valve perp.
Other one parallel.
Have also tried the reverse of above, same outcome😱.
Does your unit have a winterizing kit -- such that you can turn a valve and get the pump to draw anti-freeze out of a jug? If so, that valve may be in the wrong position and you're just sucking air.
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Does your unit have a winterizing kit -- such that you can turn a valve and get the pump to draw anti-freeze out of a jug? If so, that valve may be in the wrong position and you're just sucking air.
Dan, Brand new to RVing. There is a valve, cold, at the bottom of the water heater. There is a valve, hot, at the top of the WH. There is a third valve just after the water pump. Have tried, I think all options, with the same result, sputtering of air/water! All valves in the parallel, all perpendicular, and a healthy mixture of parallel/perpendiculare.
Have an inlet on the back of the RV, marked for antifreeze, which makes reference to making adjustments to several valves.
Thanks for your efforts.
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Can you locate your water pump? If so, check for a screw on screen on the intake side. See if it’s screwed on tightly.

That antifreeze inlet has a valve associated with it that, turned one way, allows the pump to draw from the fresh water tank and, turned the other way, allows the pump to draw from an antifreeze bottle. The valve is not related to water heater valves.
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