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Old 04-20-2014, 06:02 AM   #1
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No water

no water in rv, but over flowing out the fill cap. 99 magna
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Old 04-20-2014, 06:09 AM   #2
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Will the pump run? Have you tried city water without a pump? We have a valve you must switch for city or pump, or the pump runs and you get no water.
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Sounds like your still set up for city water pressure start turning valves. Or we need more info is the pump running?
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Sounds like you didn't turn the water valve from the "fill" position to the " supply" position. There is only two ways to position the valve.
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How about some history to help us help you.

First time out after winterising?
Did it work yesterday?
Did you winterise?
Had freezing weather?

etc etc

Spend a minute giving us some info and you will get more meaningful advice back.
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Old 04-20-2014, 07:16 PM   #6
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city water,pump will run but no water inside but flowing back out from a wire type filter into compartemt...
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Old 04-20-2014, 07:23 PM   #7
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no water

book talks about 3 solenoids normally closed for low point drains so i don't think this is the problem. system work good for 3 days befor this happen on city water..
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What is the temperature? Frozen fill line? Is the fresh water tank full?
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how did you fill the water? did you open the small door with key and plug in your hose to fill water there, or thread on to a copper terminal at the outside/rightside of the door?
the inside door inlet is the right one. the outside one is to fill black tank.
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Old 04-22-2014, 11:11 AM   #10
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Fill Cap?

I fill my FW tank by turning on the Water Fill (momentary) toggle switch on the Overhead Dash Panel and also turning on the Water Pump (on/off toggle).

This diverts City (shore connection) Water into the FW Tank. The Water Fill switch will light up the tank levels indicator as the tank fills. When the tank is full, the Water Fill switch will (usually) automatically shut off. Water pump will remain on.

See reply from CountryFit above for alternative means of filling the tank if shore water not available. Perhaps that input feature is blocked causing water to splash back and seem to indicate full?
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no water in rv, but over flowing out the fill cap. 99 magna
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Sounds like your city water/run pump water valve is in the wrong position.
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Old 04-23-2014, 02:05 PM   #12
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thank you all for your suggestions . here are some more details.air temp 77f ,city water in used for 2 days before problem, no problems all winter, no wintersing, no water valves all switches on over head.
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Your brief descriptions of current status leave me confused.

1. Does the fresh water pump run?
2. If so, is there no water at any of the faucets (including the one in the utility compartment), toilet, or shower, clothes washer?
3. If so, blockage in water line? (maybe the whole house filter?) Loosen the filter to see if water pressure there.
4. If so, does fresh water tank level indicate water is present in tank?
5. What is the fill cap you refer to?
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Remove the whole house filter and replace with winter plug and see if that works proving the filter blocked. Just changed my filter, water flow was very very slow before new filter fitted today, now back to normal.
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