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Old 02-23-2003, 12:43 PM   #21
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John,

Thanks for the pic. Both are connected securely.

The amount of water that drains from under the FWT at the access panel is larger than what both tubes could hold.

Again I only have water drain if I fill the FWT until the water flows back out the filler neck.

My thinking is this: either I do have a crack on the top of my tank or there is a overfill relief that we may not be aware of. So I'll email A/S and hopefully they'll respond tomorrow.

If I do have a crack on the top of the FWT, I'm not going to worry about it any longer. Since my panel reads that I have a full tank and there is enough water for a few days of dry camping, I'm happy with that.

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