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Author: Bleedski - Replies: 6 - Views: 1969
I have coach 347 and after a recent trip, when checking out my coach, I found that neither water pump would turn on.  I checked the fuses (O.K.).  The rocker switch is working correctly.  I spoke to the factory and after ruling out a couple of things the tech suggested a loose ground or wire.  Everything I reviewed checked out O.K.  The thought occurred to me that since my water level was low, that there may be a shutdown mechanism in the system that would disallow the water pumps from turning o
Author: dannymarilyn - Replies: 1 - Views: 767
Our older #277 has a Dometic DN1070 ice maker that began leaking under the cabinets. The cause of the water leak was an over heated plastic water line.

The reason for this post and other owners to watch is the condition of the ice maker coils. This unit pulls in air on the left side of the grill and the hot air exhausts on the right side.

The problem was the coils were COMPLETELY clogged!! They didn't appear to have been cleaned since the coach was built in 1991. There was no filter an
Author: Richard - Replies: 11 - Views: 613
This subject has been addressed twice this year, but buried in otherwise titled posts. My purpose is to make a appropriately titled post for future gurus who could use the search engine to find the information. 

Here is a schematic of how the two valves are plumbed to the waste tank. 

The first thing to understand is that the grey water does not flow directly into the top of the waste tank. All grey water is plumbed into separate lines that eventually connect and flow in