I am a relatively new owner. Before I bought this trailer, I did run a test on the plumbing system by simply hooking up a hose and gently turning on the farthest faucet, then turning them all on. They all worked, and I was able to inspect that no water was leaking from the system.
When I got it to it's new location, I have not been able to get the faucets running, and I am perplexed. When I hook it up, I do get a gassy gurgling sound, but the water is not getting to the faucet. I know I need to get the service manual for this rig.
I should say that this trailer spent many years sitting in a riverfront campground off the Chesapeake, and there is massive frame rust visible in front of the bumper, right around the area of the water hookup. Further, I fear that the household porcelain toilet should have been removed before trailering this to the new location, (10 miles) as the weight of the toilet and the rust of the frame may have contributed to a possible sagging issue of the rear.
Anyhoo... Should there be anything more to do when hooking up to a water supply then simply hooking up the hose?
To complicate the situation, I am hoping to use the trailer full time, as a living quarters behind a colonial house undergoing renovation. hopefully moving in to the trailer before freezing weather sets in.
I have many more issues to sort. I need to figure out the right battery to install before I can test the univolt. I need new lock barrels all around. I need to source propane tanks and a regulator, and figure out the safe but cheap way to inspect and service the heater, range and stove.