Snowbirds here. Last week, we were ready to beat the Northwestern snow after four months of enhancements and repairs to our 2015 Fuzion hauler. Then ..... water system issues ....
Our issues? Nothing coming from the freshwater tank. Tank is full, not frozen, and no visible leaks from under the rig. We buy a new Shurflo 4008 pump to eliminate that issue. Again, nothing from the freshwater tank, just lots of air.
So, we decide to test the pump, strainer, and Shurflo accumulator by detaching the incoming line to the strainer and pump and replace it with a line from an external 30 gallon tank. We bleed air from a near empty water heater, and the pump fills it. About a minute of air from the open faucets and then, a smooth flow of H20.
So, we can only believe the issue resides somewhere before the strainer and pump. Could it be the Normal Flow/Fill switch? The Winterizing Switch, or the long blue tube that goes to the freshwater tank in the middle of the rig?
We don’t know how to test or remove any of these parts, especially the switch connectors in the storage bay?
Could the long blue line between the fresh tank and crazy connections in the storage bay be the culprit? How does one get to the freshwater tank which we assume is just above the white outlet and pull valve just behind our dump pipe? Could it be blocked and how would we unblock it?
Has anyone ever invested in replacing all of the tubes with a better system? Are there RV plumbers that specialize in doing such a thing? We’re 100% OTG and have a budget to substantiate our peace of mind.
Any advice appreciated.
Moda & Cherry