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Old 05-24-2024, 03:03 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by csschwe View Post
I am interested in your pictures as I need to do this fix also
That person hasn't been on in almost a month. Suggest you send a private message and if he has notifications turned on, will be notified via email and perhaps answer you. Best of luck.

On my camper, my hose fill for the water tank is accessible if I pull out my fill station which is for both the water tank and city water and has a small vent. If I remove the cover with the connections, I can see my hoses easily as they go into the bottom of a cabinet in my adjacent kitchen. If you take off your cover, I suggest you have some of that gray, putty-like stuff (can't recall name) and reseal with that by putting it around the edge of the penetration. It could be you might catch kinks by taking off the outside filler fixture.
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