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Old 01-16-2015, 10:19 PM   #1
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Water inlet spraying water out

Maybe some of you out there have experienced this but I never have...The fresh water hose inlet on my '06 Meridian has started spraying water out when I turn on the water pump. I might have to replace it but I'm hoping that there is a simple fix...?
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It probably has a backflow valve unit that is stuck. Reach in and toggling back-and-forth a couple times and it will probably solve your problem.
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If that does not stop the flow, until you can buy a replacement buy a standard hose plug/ screw-in stopper.
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If you don't want to mess with replacing the check valve, I would install a 90 deg elbow( from rv store/WalMart) and a inline water hose shutoff valve.
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Happened to us 2 yrs ago. Replaced back flow valve, problem solved.
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I opened up the space where the hose connection/back-flow valve is located and it looks like a heck of a job to cut/re-install a new connection. I might try the elbow fitting for awhile. Thanks for the suggestions.
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