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Old 05-11-2013, 04:35 PM   #11
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here is simple water flow diagram for a basic trailer setup...
They play games with one-way valves it seems...



Roy Ken

Thanks Roy

Great diagram. It's pretty much as I had pictured from others descriptions but it's useful to see it. Wish they put that in the owners manual.
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Old 05-11-2013, 04:39 PM   #12
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Hi Paul,

I go out to the TT Cultas Lake CG at least once a year. I enjoy swimming in the lake and climbing up Teapot hill overlooking the lake.
Welcome to the forum. We love our Jayfeather trailer. We keep our trailer well stocked and have a second set of clothes and jackets and are able to leave within 30 minutes of wanting to go away. Most of our trips are across the boarder into Wa, Ore or California .
Was 30 degrees in the Valley today and nice to see after all the rain we've had.


I'll likely go more there then a few times this year. We like the idea of last minute camping too. From my house it takes about an hour and 15 mins to get to Cultus which means I can go at the last minute on Friday (assuming I can get a site).

Any recommendations for south of the border camping?
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Old 05-11-2013, 05:17 PM   #13
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Yep, and I`m STILL learning! Enjoy the new Jayco.....
X2. Not a day goes by that I don't learn something. And someone once said "Every person you meet knows at least one thing that you don't know".
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I'm not aware of any tanks that fill from the city water hookup. The only way I know of to fill your tank is with the gravity fill inlet.
This is common on some motorhomes and fifth wheels. In the water control panel there is a valve to divert water to the fresh tank from the city inlet.
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