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Water system in my Coleman pop up not working

I am having trouble with my water faucet in my pop up. When we hook up pressurized water to the system the faucet will not stop running like the valve will not shut off. And, when we try to use the 5 gal internal tank it will not pump the water into the sink. It seems to just be drawing air from the pressurized water inlet. The FUMP faucet is less than a year old. Thanks for any help!

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There is a 3 port valve conneted to the incomming water line (white usually). It is actually a check valve to keep the outside water from overfilling your tank. Verify it is installed correctly.

Posted on Jul 26, 2010

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Make sure you have a water regulator connected to the water source before connecting it to your RV or the pressure could blow out your plumbing. The force of the water coming from the faucet can be too much for any RV and a regulator can be purchased from RV dealers, camping world, and even some Wal Marts carry them.

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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