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Old 01-25-2011, 01:49 PM   #15
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thanks again...e mailed spartan and newmar and spartan has indicated this is first they heard of it and no reply from newmar yet..Spartan did pass on to engeneering...
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thanks again...e mailed spartan and newmar and spartan has indicated this is first they heard of it and no reply from newmar yet..Spartan did pass on to engeneering...
Have same problem (2005 MADP)...
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I have the same problem on a 2009 Dutchstar. I called Newmar but the tech, while pleasant, did not have a clue. He told me that was the first he had heard of the problem. I will try removing the off side cap to see if that helps. Hate the mess it makes.
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I have the same problem on a 2009 Dutchstar. I called Newmar but the tech, while pleasant, did not have a clue. He told me that was the first he had heard of the problem. I will try removing the off side cap to see if that helps. Hate the mess it makes.
Its amazing when you call someone with a problem its the "first time they have heard of it"
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Old 02-27-2011, 08:30 AM   #19
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just to update...Spartan has said they do not supply the fill so it is a Newmar issue. Independence RV after looking at fills and discussing with Newmar techs has found nothing wrong and Newmar has suggested not to put nozzle in all the way. Tried it. Didn't help as the nozzle doesn't shut off. Tried to adjust rate of fill and if I slow it down too much it will also not shut off. As much as it frustrates me I guess I will live with it and just manually shut off the pump at what I think is close to a full tank.
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I have the same problem. However, when I fill at a lower rate (setting the handle to fill slower) that eliminated the problem for me. However, I does take longer to fill-up. I will take that vs spilling fuel and cleaning up afterwards.
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Old 07-29-2011, 09:00 AM   #21
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than dont fill it till it clicks off and if you do dont keep adding fuel after it does click off
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Old 07-29-2011, 10:02 PM   #22
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Our MADP has the same splash back issue. I keep a rag handy at fill up and wrap the nozzle. When the nozzle shuts off, the splash back gets trapped in the rag and not down the side of the coach. Not a fix but I can fill at full speed and no mess.
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It is a simple law of physics. You are putting fuel in faster than the air can be replaced and you build up a slight prssure in the air at the top of the tank that gets relieved when you stop filling. There is air space at the top for expansion of the fuel in warm weather. In my gasser I can burn the fuel faster than it can expand and you can probably do the same thing. Just fill a little slower when getting full.
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