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Old 07-08-2018, 03:34 PM   #267
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Iíve had trouble with the SD card many times and had to contact those guys. They seem to be very helpful.
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2017 suncruiser 35P black tank flush system

assisted friend with this problem and found info for other owners to look for.
FIRST
The innverter was shorted out by a water leaking onto it from the Vacuum break valve which was laying on its side. Contact with valve mfg and they said it is to be mounted vertical. One has to open electrical panel under TV to get access.

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The black water flush never worked good so checked water flow thru the vacuum break valve which was good so outside to check for access to this line going to black tank flush. Above hot water heater and door behind heater is a panel with approx. 34 screws. removed and found the line to black tank. removed 90 degree fitting on tank which was plugged with blue plastic pieces and calcium partices. picked out pieces and blue out with air.
VIOLA SYSTE NOW WORKS GOOD and water leak solved and vacuum break mounted vertical
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I’ve made several changes and I’m going to document those but I will pick one at a time.

One of those was to fix what I describe in a couple different places where it’s difficult to add water to the freshwater tank in the way that I’d like to do it.
(This is where I can add water to the tank and not affect the faucet flow in the coach).

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Fresh water tank fill design

What I did was add a line connecting the passenger side FW tank to the city water fill connection in the drivers sid water bay. In my case I’ve added a water softener over there too so it’s a little bit of plumbing. I’ll try to add a picture soon.

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I’ve made several changes and I’m going to document those but I will pick one at a time.

One of those was to fix what I describe in a couple different places where it’s difficult to add water to the freshwater tank in the way that I’d like to do it.
(This is where I can add water to the tank and not affect the faucet flow in the coach).

See here

Fresh water tank fill design

What I did was add a line connecting the passenger side FW tank to the city water fill connection in the drivers sid water bay. In my case I’ve added a water softener over there too so it’s a little bit of plumbing. I’ll try to add a picture soon.

Bill

Great work, very interesting, looking forward to seeing more!
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Iíve made several changes and Iím going to document those but I will pick one at a time.

One of those was to fix what I describe in a couple different places where itís difficult to add water to the freshwater tank in the way that Iíd like to do it.
(This is where I can add water to the tank and not affect the faucet flow in the coach).

See here

Fresh water tank fill design

What I did was add a line connecting the passenger side FW tank to the city water fill connection in the drivers sid water bay. In my case Iíve added a water softener over there too so itís a little bit of plumbing. Iíll try to add a picture soon.

Bill


See photo
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