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Old 07-23-2016, 04:36 PM   #1
BigMac
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Can you add a water gravity inlet to a TT

I am moving from a pop up to a Cougar 28RBS TT. For whatever reason, I just noticed this does not have a water gravity fill port only a city water tap.

So...can you add a gravity inlet to a TT? If not, does anyone have idea on how to add water to a TT tank at a campground etc where you don't have a water hookup? At Ontario provincial parks they have electricity (we call it hydro) but where we camp there is no water hookup. I need to fill the tank at the park but when it empty I need to refill. With the pup, I would fill a water jug and fill it through the gravity port.

Ideas??


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Old 07-23-2016, 06:03 PM   #2
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In the convenience center probably a little above the city water inlet there is a screen. That is the vent for the fresh tank. If I remember right, some members have used that port to add water. I don't camp without hook ups so I'm not that versed, hopefully someone will have the definitive answer.
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Old 08-01-2016, 07:50 AM   #3
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filling your water tank, on site.

Most of us use a small 12v pump ( Princess ) with a connector hose and will pump from the water jug into the hose connection on the trailer. Much simpler and quicker that trying to pour water down the vent tube. ( when doing that there is 'no vent' so you're going to wear it.


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