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Old 05-02-2010, 07:23 AM   #1
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We have some friends that we meet at various campgrounds. They have a Pace Arrow2006 38L. We were discussing sanitizing the fresh water tank. He told me his gravity fill fitting has a connection consisting of a flexible PVC hose the goes upwards and then shoots downward to the water tank and it makes it very difficult to use the gravity fill fitting. We looked at it from the outside with the gravity fill door open and sure enough it does slant upward. We looked in the compartment below the gravity fill fitting and the flex tube goes at a downward angle. It comes thru the top of the compartment so it can't be seen as to what it looks like from the outside fitting to where it pierces the top of the compartment. The flex PVC hose does go downward to the top of the compartment into the water tank. Is this normal for that coach?
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If he's having differculty filling tank maybe he should pull where it goes through compartment as he's looking down fill hole, to get slack out of pipe.
He could also pull door unit off coach which maybe easier to see what is going on behind door, maybe easier to cut there and reconnect.
When they put it in tech may not have cut off extra hose.
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