I have a 2013 Forest River X-Lite and to fill my water tank I have to hook up a hose and fill till water spews out the overflow,There is a back check on the fitting and the hose is small so you need pressure to force the water to the tank. My first trip camping I rigged a 12v pump with hoses to add water to my tank should I run low. I guess to sanitize I must pump the bleach solution into my tank and go from there. Sure seems like a lot of work. I did not realize I did not have a gravity fill. I don't think I can convert it to a gravity fill unless the water tank is moved from under the bed to under the floor. there are low point drains and I'm wondering If I should drain my system and even blow it out to try and remove all the water so it does not get stagnant. My book does not cover this other than the bleach mix ratio and it seems the service guy said I had a non potable water system. anybody with any experiance on this type of system have any info would be helpfull. Thank You , Mike
Service guys are not the best source of information. Real world experience like you find on this forum is best. You said the service guy called your system "non potable". Nonsense. If you sanitize it each spring and put drinkable water in it, you get drinkable water out of it.
2012 Forest River Sunseeker 2300 Chevy