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Old 04-28-2016, 05:37 AM   #1
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Water lines

What are the water lines suppose to look like on a 2016 jayco jayflight 26bhs for operation
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Old 04-28-2016, 06:53 AM   #2
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As far as..??? After winterization???


If so, the valves on the hot and cold side should run with the water line and the bypass across the water line. + is closed - is open. At the water heater of course. I know someone here has the illustration.
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I believe this is what you were speaking of.
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That's it!
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What about the ones at the pump? And yes after winterization. So the bypass needs to be across the lines not going with them
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Correct. the bypass valve should go across the line, not with it. The other two should run with the line.
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Do you use the fresh water tank or do you use the city connection?
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Mainly will be filling it up with the fresh water tank. Most campgrounds I will be going to do not have city hookup.
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Will the pump push water through? Have you tried? If not, a valve at the pump may need to be opened. The pump should have been winterized as well if they used antifreeze.
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