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Old 02-27-2011, 03:51 PM   #1
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Water tank issue

I have just flushed my water tank as I am going on vacation next weekend. Everything there went fine. I am trying to fill my water tank up and nothing happens. The valve is set to tank fill and water is going through. The water comes through the faucets just fine, the problem is the tank not filling up. I don't know what to do.
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Old 02-27-2011, 04:02 PM   #2
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Check valve stuck? If you have one? My check valve is on the filter housing inlet
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I do not know if I have one. I have one valve and you can either turn it to city water or fill tank. When its on fill tank the water goes through just like on city water. I just can't hear the water going into the tank. The panel shows no water. When I flushed the tanks I ran enough to fill the gray tank. I do have some water in there, maybe the panel just not working. Although everything else on the panel works just fine. I'm at a loss. Guess my first stop will be for repairs.
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Hi LouiseRice,
I do not know your specific coach. However, if shore water is flowing through to the faucets when the valve is on tank fill, there is something wrong with the valve. Slowly try turning the valve lever to both settings (city water and tank fill). Do this with the city water turned off and the city water pressure relieved in the coach water lines. Does it feel like just the handle is turning or the handle and valve is turning. There should be some resistance (minor but some) when the valve moves. There should also be a solid stop at each position.
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It's probably your bypass valve is it moving or just the knob was it winterized.
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Gary I have done that and I do fell the pressure when changing from city to fill. Maybe it is just the lever and I need to have it looked at. thanks

Rooster it was winterized and I had just got done de-winterizing.
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