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Old 03-04-2013, 08:33 AM   #1
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Fresh water tank

We're is my fresh water tank? I see the portable tank on the side of the rig, and what's the difference of the two?
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Old 03-04-2013, 08:41 AM   #2
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Water tank

I think you are referring to the POTABLE water. Potable water is a term for clean, drinking or bathing use water. The waste water tanks are referred to as black water (meaning sewage) and grey water (meaning water that drains out of the sink or shower). Never hook any hose to your Potable water tank that may contaminate your fresh water. The water spigots at most dump sites say "non-potable".... that means don't attempt to fill your fresh water tank from that.
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Agreed Fresh water = Potable

See where the hose attaches to fill it - that should give you the location.

I had an old 30 foot boat where the fresh water tank was under the bed. Hose had to be dragged through the boat to fill it! I did like that the fill hole was 6 inches across - you could reach your arm in to clean it!
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