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Old 08-20-2016, 10:12 AM   #11
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Your valves are the the incorrect position for fresh water tank as your source, and you also filled the black tank with fresh water using the flush connection.
How are the valves suppose to be nobody has trained us in that matter
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Old 08-20-2016, 10:21 AM   #12
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Post a picture of the colored valves in your docking station.

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Old 08-20-2016, 10:24 AM   #13
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Here's mine set for dry camping
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Old 08-20-2016, 10:25 AM   #14
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In this picture I have a brass elbow connected to the freshwater water inlet. To the right of that is the black connection for your tank washer.

Use the pictures above the valves to configure them based on what you want to do. It's all outlined in your owners manual as well.

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Wondering how this turned out?

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Old 08-22-2016, 05:47 PM   #16
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Wondering how this turned out?

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I'm curious also. The operation of the valves is very clear to me. My wife has a mental block about them. They must use their brain differently.

That picture you posted is different from mine but I could hump all over it with that diagram.
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You should note what model Eagle you have. If it is an HT, it doesn't have the control panel (or valves) others are showing. But the water in and the black tank flush are on separate sides of the fifth, so hard to confuse.
If the pump runs, but you are sure all the water is off, then you have a leak. Since it is the black tank that is filling, it is has to be the toilet (which is the only thing that drains into the black tank, everything else goes to the gray tank(s)).
But - how long does this transfer take? A few hours, overnight, or a couple of days? If days, you may just be using up all of your water, and filling the black through normal use....
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You should note what model Eagle you have. If it is an HT, it doesn't have the control panel (or valves) others are showing. But the water in and the black tank flush are on separate sides of the fifth, so hard to confuse.
If the pump runs, but you are sure all the water is off, then you have a leak. Since it is the black tank that is filling, it is has to be the toilet (which is the only thing that drains into the black tank, everything else goes to the gray tank(s)).
But - how long does this transfer take? A few hours, overnight, or a couple of days? If days, you may just be using up all of your water, and filling the black through normal use....
The pump can also continue to run if the freshwater tank is empty and cannot build pressure or if there is a winterizing kit installed on the intake side and it is open.

I can dream up one situation where a leaky faucet could level the water in both the grey tanks and the black tanks at the same time, but it would have to be darn near intentional to make it happen and is highly unlikely in this situation.
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