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Old 08-03-2016, 01:38 PM   #1
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Water Setting on Jayco

I have a Jayco 377RLBH and I had a question about supplementing city water with my fresh water tank and water pump. Once a year we go this this campground where we hook up to city water and when the park gets busy the water pressure get very low. With my old camper I was able to leave it on city water and just turn on my water pump and supplement it with my fresh water. With my new Jayco does it work the same? I have not tried it yet. I see there is a city water and fresh water option . So I guess my question is when I choose city water and have my fresh water tank full, can I use the city water setting and turn on my water pump to pull water from my fresh water tank to supplement for the low water pressure?
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No, you will have to re-configure the valves to what they call "NORMAL".
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What does re-configuring entail? Physically rerouting pipes?
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Do you have a Utility panel with different valve positions? On mine, it's just a different valve selection.


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Do you have a Utility panel with different valve positions? On mine, it's just a different valve selection.


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Old 08-03-2016, 03:16 PM   #6
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Water Setting on Jayco

Right. Position 3 & 5 will draw fresh tank water when the pump is on.
Move back to 2 & 6 for city water.

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My 2017 321RSTS works the same way. No big deal to change settings, just different than what I was used to....
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Thanks all... I actually broke out my manual and it looks like there is no way to do what I'm asking to do, without rerouting. It's either city water or fresh.
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