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Old 05-19-2019, 10:15 AM   #1
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Esteem 29V Fresh Water Fill

I just bought my 2019 Entegra Esteem 29V. It is a Class C. I love almost everything about it except the fresh water fill. It there some way to tell when the tank is full. On my previous RVs there was an overflow pipe. When I saw water run out the bottom of the RV, I knew the tank was full. Does this RV have the same? The dealer claims the only way to know is to watch the monitor panel which is on the opposite side and inside the RV. I assume the tank is vented so if overfilled it would come out the vent but where is that located? Dealer had no clue.
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Old 05-19-2019, 11:25 AM   #2
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Glad to hear you are enjoying your new coach. As the Class C line for Entegra is new, most of the folks on this forum are more familiar with the diesel pusher Entegras and have little insight into the class C line. The DP coaches all have an overflow like you are used to. I would think yours would too, and I question the dealer's knowledge of the product...frankly it just doesn't make sense. It HAS to vent somewhere or it wouldn't fill.

I would call Entegra Customer Service and ask the question.

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Old 05-19-2019, 12:29 PM   #3
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Look underneath in the vicinity of where the fresh water tank is (most likely on the passenger side) and look for 1 or most likely 2 pex lines together exiting the bottom of the coach by an inch or two. These will be your fresh water tank vents/overfill.
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