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Old 03-18-2015, 07:33 PM   #1
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Dripping city water connection

The city water connection on my 2015 Bounder 35K drips when the hose is removed, even with the protective cover installed. I also hear the pump "blip" ever so often. Is there a check valve behind the female connection? Being under warranty I do not want to tear into the system but would like to be knowledgeable when speaking to a dealer. Anyone else noticed the problem?
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Yes there is a check valve. The water pump " blip" sounds like a leak.
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That sucks. The dealer will probably let it sit on their lot for 2 weeks before they get around to the 30 minute job of replacing the check valve and you'll end up with a scratch or 2 on your new coach from them not being careful when they have it in their possession.
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