Yesterday, after being hooked up to city water for about 18 hours I happened to look at the monitor and noted I had a full tank of water when I should have been almost empty. Went outside and it was overflowing. Turned city water off and it overflowed for a long time! BTW, I do have a Gates pressure reducer. The coach fill valve was not in the fill position...hasn't been touched for a month.
I kept city water off to use the pump and draw down the tank. The dagone thing acts weird! Open a valve and no pressure even though the pump light is on. However, if you leave a valve open and flip the pump switch it will work! I have checked the connection to the switch and they seem ok.
How in the devil can the tank all of a sudden fill itself? Again, the fill switch was not in the fill position.
What would cause the water pump to act this way (it is a new pump but we've used it for a month or more with no problem).
Can these two incidents be connected? I don't see how, but maybe I'm missing something.
Thanks in advance! Steve
and the water tanks
Hickory, NC. 2007 Fleetwood Discovery 40X