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Old 03-30-2015, 02:02 PM   #1
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waterworks panel

I just purchased a 2006 Leprechaun 318DS class c and it has the waterworks water panel and it came with no paperwork or instructions for it. I hooked up the hose to the city water and turned the valves to where the panel shows to fill the water tank and it would not fill unless I turned the water pump on. Is this normal? I would have though the pressure from the hose would fill the tank?

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Old 03-30-2015, 02:25 PM   #2
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Riverrat, good luck with your MH! Wish you many happy miles!

As to your problem, it might be easier if you could post a picture of your water bay panel, so we could look to see what's familiar about the layout. Also, you might have quicker response posting in the owner specific area, where you may find others with your coach. I believe you're made by Coachmen, and they're owned by Forest River, so that might help.
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