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Old 07-25-2015, 05:46 PM   #1
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water control panel

My panel won't switch from tank fill settings to other settings. 2015 jayco eagle premier. Any ideas?
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Old 07-25-2015, 05:51 PM   #2
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I'm guessing it's similar to our panel, 2 valves with 3 positions each and a 1-2-3, 4-5-6 magic decoder sheet.
Are you saying the valves won't turn? Both of them?
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They turn but nothing happens.
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The handles may be stripped and sinning on the valve stems. When you turn them do they turn smooth or "notchey "? Notchey would suggest the handles are stripped. Might try removing the handles and turning the stems with pliers. If this is the first time you've used it perhaps the connections are incorrect from the factory or a tire-kicker customer messed with them.
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They turn smoothly like normal. Are those just mechanical or is there a fuse involved?
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Well, mine are mechanical. The water panel is inside the ODS basement hatch. It looks to be a standard unit installed in many rigs. I ca remove the basement walls and access the backside where the plumbing is. My filter is back there too.
Do the handles turn a full 360 or limited to 180?
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Another thought, your unit is newer than mine so I suppose it could be electric, kinda doubt it tho. I'd be tempted to remove the handles (mine are black plastic) and try the pliers on the stem.
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Thanks for the feedback. I figured it out and embarrassed to tell you. But I had the fresh water supply hose attached to the black tank flush inlet, instead of the water inlet. Yes, I discovered when the toilet overflowed. It'll probably be funny tomorrow. Sorry to bother you. Camp 80% of the time and have never done that......
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Probably the first time you ever messed up
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Don't feel bad Gramps! Guess who did the same thing. Yup.
Couldn't figure out why there was no house water. Went in the coach and noticed the water level has a bit high in the toilet. Pushed the pedal and, GIESER! Black flush and house water are one on top of the other and not (to my old eyes) easily distinguished.
"If it doesn't kill you..."
Wish I'd thought to suggest checking that.
Glad to hear you're back in business!
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