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Old 09-21-2004, 08:37 AM   #1
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Questions About Valves

What position (open-closed) should the valves in the service center be in hooked to city water? Does the water pump switch need to be on while hooked to city water?
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Old 09-21-2004, 08:43 AM   #2
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What position (open-closed) should the valves in the service center be in hooked to city water? Does the water pump switch need to be on while hooked to city water?
The valves on my '67 Overlander's "One Stop Service Center" are all drain valves for winterizing. They should all be closed during normal operation.

The water pump switch should be off while hooked to city water as the city is providing all the pressure you need.

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The valves on my '67 Overlander's "One Stop Service Center" are all drain valves for winterizing. They should all be closed during normal operation.

The water pump switch should be off while hooked to city water as the city is providing all the pressure you need.

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Thank you for your quick reply! We are new to this and have so many questions. My husband is in process of replacing the toilet. Do you have any advice?
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...in process of replacing the toilet. Do you have any advice?
Make sure the one you pick will fit the space. When forced to replace my Aquamagic Deluxe, my first thought was to go with Thetford's Aquamagic V. Problem was, it did not stand a chance of fitting the limited space.

Acting on forum member Janet's advice, I checked the dimensions on the Sealand Traveller Lite. It fits the cubby hole very well.

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