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Old 08-06-2012, 04:41 PM   #1
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22FB water tank problems

I bought a 2011 Jayco 22FB about a year ago and a soon as I got home I googled the internet about the model.

The 1st hit I got was about how the 90 gallon water tank would "empty" itself when driving down the road.

As far as I could tell this was a problem with the early production models and not the later ones. My Jayco has been just about perfect! Until my last trip - I filled the tanks and drove about 5 hours on very windey roads - when I arrived at my campimg spot (no hook ups) I was dismayed to find my tanks empty.

Is there a factory/warranty fix for this problem? Or are there better home brew fixes?

I mostly boondock - so this is a serious problem for me - my dealer - Camping World Tucson - is remodeling - and have shut down their service department for many months (years?)

Any help - links - would be very welcome.

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Old 08-06-2012, 06:48 PM   #2
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Sorry - I have since read about fixes for this problem - will fix myself with over low tube shut offs - factory should have done this!
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