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    City water problem

    When I hook up to city water, the city water passes into the fresh water tank filling it until it over flows. And yes. I have definitely closed the value in the compartment at the left side of the sliding door step. Because of this, I currently cannot use city water. Please advise.
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    Question 2017 Keystone Hideout water leak when it rains.

    Looking for advice. We recently purchased a 1 owner 2017 Keystone Hideout bhs. Prior to buying the rv, it sat on a seasonal lot from the whole time. When we purchased it, we pulled it to another seasonal site which was about a 45 minute drive. There was no declaration anywhere inside the RV...
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    Water pump (in)accessible in 95 Southwind?

    New (to me) 1995 Southwind owner with a lot of repairs ahead. First order of business is replacing the leaking water pump and inlet filter. I've found replacement parts and they're on the way. Only (MAJOR) issue is that accessing the water pump seems impossible as it's blocked by a hefty outdoor...
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    Floor Leak between sink and table area

    Hi everyone, I own a class A 1999 winnebago Brave. Since I've owned it and operated it, I want to say when I plug in the city water I notice cool water in the floor boards. When I cut the city water and run on fresh, the wetness goes away. I am wondering as a new RV owner where I would start...