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Old 03-20-2018, 09:47 AM   #1
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Angry Slow fuel filling

Just purchased a 2000 Holiday Rambler 33PS. Fueling it is extremely slow. Nozzle keeps shutting off. Tried moving the nozzle in all positions with no luck. Appears to be a ventilation problem from fuel tank. Anyone had this problem?
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If you use the search box at the top of the page with the Google logo, you'll find many threads on this topic.

You might look underneath and see if the hose from the cap to the tank is straight and un-kinked.
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There is usually a separate fill hose and vent hose. Climb under there and inspect the hoses for any kinks..
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Perhaps one of the old hoses has swelled and is causing the problem.
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