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Old 08-01-2012, 08:32 PM   #1
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Fresh Water System '94 Fleetwood Southwind

Obviously new here, Hooked up the water for the 1st time this evening. I bought a pressure regulator valve that we used on the City water inlet, let the air out of the lines, cleaned the aerator on the faucets, etc.

1) the water seemed to fill up the fresh water tank. How do I drain it.
2) Seems to reason that the fresh water tank isn't necessary if on City Water, how do I isolate it.
3) where is the master switch to the water pump located?

A benevolent spirit is appreciated in regard to these newbie questions, thank you

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Old 08-01-2012, 09:01 PM   #2
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There should be a bypass valve that switches from city water to tank fill. Obviously the valve is on the tank setting. Valve should be in the utility section of the MH. The master pump should be there as well.
Hope that helps.

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You will have to look around the fresh water tank for a drain off the tank may even have to crawl into compartment to find it. Clue look for pipe below floor level under coach.
Most bathrooms have a water pump switch or there is one on vent hood in kitchen.
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