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Old 02-15-2014, 05:48 PM   #1
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No water pressure . full tank. operating off generator.

Please... need help getting water pressure. Fleetwood flair 34f. Am operating off generatoe. Water tank is full. No water hot or cold comi g out anywhere.
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Old 02-15-2014, 06:07 PM   #2
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I suspect your pump is not coming on, but if you provide more information re your circumstance, you might get more focused and direct support,

For example

1. Did you have water flowing and then it stopped?

2. Have you been in freezing temperatures?

3. Are all of your valves set properly?

4. Do you have power to your pump?

And any other relative information you have will enable us to help.

Good luck
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Old 02-16-2014, 03:50 AM   #3
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Agree with Libero...we need more information in order to offer any useful suggestions.
Do you hear the pump come on when you open a faucet?
Do you have a lit switch for your pump, and if you do, does the light come on when you hit the switch?

Could be anything from a blown fuse to a bad pump to the city fill valve being left in the "fill" position...

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The generator has nothing to do with it unless your batteries are dead what's the voltage. My guess with this weather would be its frozen. As others have said alittle more info would help.
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Hello and welcome to iRV2! Are you in an area where it has been freezing temps? If so, the poster above is probably correct and your pump/lines may be frozen.
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Your water pump runs on 12v. Generator doesn't have anything to do with it unless your batteries are dead. Did you check that the pump it turned on, the fuses are okay. Do you hear the pump running? Are you somewhere that your lines could be frozen? We do need more info to better help.
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check your fresh water fill valve and make sure that you did not leave it in the fill position.
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More info needed.

First confirm your pump switch is on and then listen to see if it runs.
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Old 02-19-2014, 04:28 PM   #9
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Maybe you filled it up and forgot to close the bypass valve after you were finished with the fill?

If so your coach with a full water tank will not be able to deliver any water to any faucet.
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