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Old 06-04-2020, 12:54 PM   #1
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Loss of Fresh Water

I like others often find I lost a third of my fresh water after a fill, I have a 2009 Greyhawk 31 SS, I needed to get under the bathroom sink anyway to patch the large hole Jayco cut thru the floor for plumbing with some steel wool etc. I was under the sink I dug out all the foam and found the two over flow hoses I pulled them thru the floor removed them put on two straight fittings ran those to a tee attached another hose to the outlet on the tee ran that hose in a loop up behind the sink and back down the hole to the outside. So far have not lost any water like I did. Thought this might help some one with a similar problem
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I did something similar. Our overflow hose was long enough. I pulled the hose up as high to the underside of the floor as I was comfortable with. Inside the TT, took the hose and raised it up as high on the wall as it would go, and secured it. I have never had any water loss since.
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mine were too short
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