Originally Posted by Lani
...We pulled into the park on Saturday and by Monday night, had to fill up again. Now, two days later, we are almost near empty...
HOW do you determine the tank is "near empty" ?
if u r relying on the TANK MONITOR that's an issue.
the micropulse system is VERY PRONE to glitches (no function, mal function, miss-reading, fluctuating reads...)
and often needs RE calibration.
IF u r getting signals from the water pump (surges, air, irregular flow)...
there could be air in the line, debris in the PRE filter/screen or issues with the pump internals.
IF u leave the water pump ON 24/7 and ANY fixture is dripping or ANY pipe joint is not sealed completely...
the PUMP will cycle ON for a few seconds at intervals, and THIS can magically drain the fresh tank...
but USUALLY the gray or black tanks will FILL as this happens OR leaks will signal the flow...
it is possible that DEBRIS in the fresh tank from assembly is blocking the flow OUT of the tank also...
try OPENING the nylon turn-cock valve on the fresh tank and DRAIN it once, completely.
then FILL and run a few gallons into a bucket from ANY outgoing fixture.
watch the monitor levels and determine when the "levels" change and compare to CAPACITY spec'd for this model....
IF the monitor needs re-calibration, this is best done with FULL hookups and following the DETAILED guide for this...
it's in the owners packet, ONLINE and covered here in a few threads.