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I have a 2000 Holiday Aluma Lite Travel Trailer. Having difficulty filling the water tank. There appears to be two places to hook up the hose to fill the tank. Which intake do I hook the hose up to?


There must be a water shut off valve between the tank and the water pump. One of those hook ups will be for city water that goes direct to your tap and the other inlet is to fill the on board tank. Again check for shut off valves.

Jun 12, 2017 | RVs

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Why is fresh water tank filling up when hooked up to city water?


Many RVs have the plumbing to fill the fresh water tank from the city water hook up. This valve is usually near the city water hook up and labeling is similar to "city water" and "tank fill". Another anomaly from leaving the valve in the "tank fill" position is that, when not connected to city water, the on board pump may run continuously and the water volume is very low.

Jan 25, 2016 | RVs

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Freshwater tank fills and overflows even though selector is pointed at 'city water' position.


Other than a leaking 4 way selector valve the probable cause would be a leaking check valve in the pump.

On the RV the city water and discharge from the fresh water pump are tied together. When on city water the discharge of the pump will have city water pressure on it. If the internal check valve on the pump is leaking, water will flow through the pump backwards and into your fresh water tank.

Typically this requires ether replacing the pump or installing a secondary check valve between the fresh water tank and the pump suction.

Oct 28, 2015 | Keystone 2013 Alpine 3720FB

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Just installed a MQ 3 -35 in my home in order to improve low city supplied water pressure (35psi). Now my home pressure is at 75 to 80 psi, too high. How can I regulate the pressure down to 55-60 ps


proper way is to install a water pressure regulator and due to potability reasons it needs to be brass ,bronze, stainless steel, or CPVC plastic , (no steel or cast metal) of course the less high tech way is to plumb a valve from pump outlet back to its inlet and adjust valve to max pressure setting you want at max demand , I don't recommend this method as it wont be able to give you a constant pressure regardless of demand as the first method will , Note: some water regulators are a "relieving" type and require special install methods and maybe three lines to it

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When connecting the water to the city water connection it filled my fresh water tank. Is that normal?


Probable cause would be a leaking check valve in the pump.

On the RV the city water and discharge from the fresh water pump are tied together. When on city water the discharge of the pump will have city water pressure on it. If the internal check valve on the pump is leaking, water will flow through the pump backwards and into your fresh water tank.

Mar 15, 2015 | Heartland 2014 Gateway 3200RS

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Water pump


Check fuse in panel. You are aware that if hooked up to city water pressure, pump probably won't cycle?

Apr 23, 2014 | Keystone 2014 Montana 3725RL

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No shower pressure in rv


Make sure you have enough water in the tank or city water hooked up. A pump will run and suck air if the level is low. it could force water to the sink, etc, but not the shower.

Are your valves for the water pump set correctly? Remote possibility someone installed a shut-off valve between the pump and shower.

Could be the pump is getting weak/leaking internally and can't build enough pressure.

Make sure the shower head is not clogged. Remove it from the hose and try again.

Apr 22, 2014 | RVs

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When hook up city water to rv it shoots out vent


It is likely one of two things, either your RV has a waterline to your fresh water tank that allows you to fill that tank when you are hooked to City water, or the check valve on your water pump is bad and it is allowing city water to fill your fresh water tank. Make sure your freshwater tank is empty, have someone turn the city water on while you watch the freshwater tank... you should be able to see where it is filling from....if it is filling from the water line that run to the water pump, the check valve is bad, if it is filling from a city water fill line, locate the valve on that line and close it. If it is indeed the water pump check valve...you can either replace the pump, or add a cheap inline check valve, like a sharkbite check valve.. they run like 12 to 15 dollars.. install in seconds....you just cut the pex pipe then shove the ends into each end of the check valve.

Mar 20, 2014 | RVs

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Output pressure same as input pressure.


try taking the pump apart and cleaning it prob got a clogged port

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