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Old 07-06-2022, 09:00 AM   #1
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Hello everyone, new member here many years camping with travel trailers and 1st time 5th wheel owner.

The wife and I just finished our first camping trip over the 4th of July and have a couple of wrinkles to iron out.
There is no water going to the refrigerator and I have check shut off valves in panel in the kitchen island and behind the water inlet connects on the nautilus P4 inlet panel, any ideas where else to check? Also the hot water pressure is low and thinking both may be related??

Anyway glad to be in this group and looking forward to hearing any ideas you all have.
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Hello everyone, new member here many years camping with travel trailers and 1st time 5th wheel owner.

The wife and I just finished our first camping trip over the 4th of July and have a couple of wrinkles to iron out.
There is no water going to the refrigerator and I have check shut off valves in panel in the kitchen island and behind the water inlet connects on the nautilus P4 inlet panel, any ideas where else to check? Also the hot water pressure is low and thinking both may be related??

Anyway glad to be in this group and looking forward to hearing any ideas you all have.
I think you have the Jayco fresh water drinking system which means you should have a 5 Gallon jug of water somewhere. Ours is in the basement storage. It supplies drinking water to the island tap and refrigerator for ice in our case. Ours doesn't have a fresh water dispenser on the fridge. You should have a red power switch somewhere on the kitchen island to power the pump.

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I think you have the Jayco fresh water drinking system which means you should have a 5 Gallon jug of water somewhere. Ours is in the basement storage. It supplies drinking water to the island tap and refrigerator for ice in our case. Ours doesn't have a fresh water dispenser on the fridge. You should have a red power switch somewhere on the kitchen island to power the pump.
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I think you have the Jayco fresh water drinking system which means you should have a 5 Gallon jug of water somewhere. Ours is in the basement storage. It supplies drinking water to the island tap and refrigerator for ice in our case. Ours doesn't have a fresh water dispenser on the fridge. You should have a red power switch somewhere on the kitchen island to power the pump.

These are mandatory options, and I see the drinking water system.
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Thanks for the reply, yes we do have the Jayco fresh water system with the 5 gallon container in the basement. The switch for the 5 gallon water container is in the on position and we have fresh water flowing to the fresh water port in island sink, just not the fridge.
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Hello everyone, new member here many years camping with travel trailers and 1st time 5th wheel owner.

The wife and I just finished our first camping trip over the 4th of July and have a couple of wrinkles to iron out.
There is no water going to the refrigerator and I have check shut off valves in panel in the kitchen island and behind the water inlet connects on the nautilus P4 inlet panel, any ideas where else to check? Also the hot water pressure is low and thinking both may be related??

Anyway glad to be in this group and looking forward to hearing any ideas you all have.
Drinking water system totally independent and unrelated to the Nautilus. The hot water would work through the nautilus, and hot water low pressure could be any number of things. You might look behind the kitchen cabinet next to the fridge for another shutoff valve. It has been mentioned before but I have not looked for it on ours since it has always worked well. there are a couple of threads on the residential refrigerators on the site. Also, do you mean fresh water to the fridge as in water dispenser on it? If you mean the icemaker, there is an on/off switch for it. Ours, Whirlpool, is inside the icemaker and underneath the bottom shelf and above the ice tray.
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Try pulling out the drawers next to the stove and see if the back wall has screws to it. If so, there's a valve behind the wall you will need to flip to let water flow.
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I also have a 310 rlts. If you are facing the sink, the cabinet on the bottom left, behind the panel is where the valve to allow water flow for the ice maker is on mine. I have a 2021. I asked the same question when I was looking for the same valve. Hope this helps. Congrats on your new coach. We love ours.
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I also have a 310 rlts. If you are facing the sink, the cabinet on the bottom left, behind the panel is where the valve to allow water flow for the ice maker is on mine. I have a 2021. I asked the same question when I was looking for the same valve. Hope this helps. Congrats on your new coach. We love ours.
Excellent, I was hoping someone would pop in with the answer. Now they can make ice.
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We have the Truma Aqua Go on demand water heater in our 21 Pinnacle 36KPTS and this past winter in Arizona for no reason I would have low water pressure just on the hot side. Worked fine one day and the next just a trickle. Finally went outside and opened the big lever that is the drain on this model and let all the water out. Opened the hot water side on the kitchen faucet and then closed the drain on the Aqua Go and turned the water source back on to fill and relieve any air in the lines through the faucet. Must have been an airlock in it from when the dealer first put water in it. It has worked fine ever since. I had owned the fifth wheel for 2 months before we went south and it worked fine. Why it worked sometimes and then wouldn't is still a mystery. Maybe crossing the Rockies on our way to AZ had something to do with it?
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Hello everyone, new member here many years camping with travel trailers and 1st time 5th wheel owner.

The wife and I just finished our first camping trip over the 4th of July and have a couple of wrinkles to iron out.
There is no water going to the refrigerator and I have check shut off valves in panel in the kitchen island and behind the water inlet connects on the nautilus P4 inlet panel, any ideas where else to check? Also the hot water pressure is low and thinking both may be related??

Anyway glad to be in this group and looking forward to hearing any ideas you all have.
There’s a valve under the oven, pull out the drawer that’s under the oven and you’ll find the second valve. I had the same issue on my pinnacle.
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