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Old 03-27-2017, 03:29 PM   #1
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2015 20 mrb water issues

my wife and i camped this weekend using city water connection. no issues. before dumping we wanted to fill fresh water tank just to drain . this was our first trip out after buying the unit. when tank was about half full water was running out every where underneath the trailor. I shut off the water and pulled the hose out. checked low point drain and fresh water drain both were closed.
the water was coming from under the Glacier Package. i cant see any hoses or lines or connections because of this insulation. any Ideas
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Old 03-28-2017, 09:59 AM   #2
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If filling too fast will go out the overflow. Slow the rate at which you are filling the FWT and stop periodically to let out built up air pressue and you should be able to get more water in without it coming out the overflow.
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Does the unit have dual fresh water tanks? Mine leaked at the hose connecting the two tanks.
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Either get it to the dealer ASAP, or pull the undercarriage fabric to find the leak and remove any soaked insulation.
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Does the unit have dual fresh water tanks? Mine leaked at the hose connecting the two tanks.
Mine, too. Dealer fixed it under warranty.
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Water running out from underneath the winter insulation layer is not a good thing. I'd have a dealer look at it seeing as you just bought it. I'm afraid that I have to disagree with JHerzog. No overflow is going to dump into the sealed area of the Glacier Package.
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My bad did not read well before 1st reply and totally agree if coming from within sealed glacier underbelly.
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