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Old 07-28-2015, 09:42 AM   #15
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Mine works. Flip the switch labeled "Fresh Water Fill" to the ON position and water is admitted to the fresh water tank until it is full. At that point the water is automatically shut off. Water will start to flow again if the tank level goes below full on the gauge readout. All conditional on being connected to a fresh water source.



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Well Dave, we aren't talking about an Affinity. There is a huge difference between the Intrigue and Affinity and the auto water fill is one of them.
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Well Dave, we aren't talking about an Affinity. There is a huge difference between the Intrigue and Affinity and the auto water fill is one of them.
Was not boasting. The image from CountryFit's User Guide in his original post looks just like the one in my User Guide. While there is a disclaimer stating that it is representational and one's particular model may vary, I figured it was close enough to be relevant to both his coach and mine. And maybe others who were having a similar experience.

That said, I apologize for not reading all of the responses which would have told me that CountryFit's coach has an as-built configuration different from mine.

Good job on helping CountryFit with his question.

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Old 07-28-2015, 01:38 PM   #18
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Dave, my schematics show the very same thing. My electrical schematics show that I have all sorts of talking warnings such as low water level. CC made some generic drawings ans stuffed them in the manuals. You really have to sort through them to decipher which ones apply to you and with the size of the drawings, it isn't always easy
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Mine works. Flip the switch labeled "Fresh Water Fill" to the ON position and water is admitted to the fresh water tank until it is full. At that point the water is automatically shut off. Water will start to flow again if the tank level goes below full on the gauge readout. All conditional on being connected to a fresh water source.



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Looking at the diagrams, I lost expect a person sitting in a chair behind the con, to utter "Engage!".

Makes me recall the KISS approach of our Bounder. 1) Unscrew water tank cap. 2) Insert hose. 3) Turn on water at hose bib. 4) Water shooting out of top of water tank cap location. = TANK FULL!

And can you imagine, what the 'Control Panel' of a CC Prevost Conversion would look like!!! Suspect they have a transporter in that coach!

Glad you spotted the water valve, and how it diverts water to fill the tank while hooked up to shore water...

And, best to all,
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