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Old 11-17-2014, 03:40 PM   #15
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My kitchen is in a full wall slide and I haven't had any problems. I have looked at the design and see no real problems with the design. Maybe I have just been lucky so far?
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Old 11-20-2014, 05:59 AM   #16
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Kitchen sink drain hose in our 06 National Surf Side has had several issues. I would not choose another unit with any plumbing or propane. Just seems like a problem waiting to happen
I am with you. I have always looked for floor plans with the galley on the solid wall. Put the sofa on the slide, doesn't leak.
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Plumbing problem

Where is thr valve to switch from city water to on board water on a 2001 Dutch Star?
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Old 09-02-2016, 06:42 AM   #18
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Where is thr valve to switch from city water to on board water on a 2001 Dutch Star?
Bob, if you have filled your tank and have been on city water, there is not valve to switch to using onboard water. Just turn your pump on. There should be a switch in your control panel and one in your bathroom.
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Where is thr valve to switch from city water to on board water on a 2001 Dutch Star?
The valve to switch water from supplying your coach to filling your tank is next to your hose connection. It should say FILL.
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If you have one of these under your slide be sure and keep an eye on it. This happened in just over a year.
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I have a 2010 Dutchmen with the kitchen in the slide. As mentioned the slide is only about 16 inches deep and 14 feet wide. We have never had an issue with it or the plumbing.
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