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Old 01-03-2019, 01:25 AM   #1
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Hello all, Matt “ SilverDogs” Sanford here from Katy, Texas. Hopefully everyone had a better ending to 2018 than I did. I have tried 4 different times while at my deer lease to transfer water from 42 gallon barrels to my fresh water tank in my 35’ 2016 GS Sedona. This particular unit has a. “convieniane center “ with a fresh water filter, black tank flush port, hand held shower wand and a selector for fresh water. The fresh water selector has a choice of City, normal, sanitize winterize and tank. I have tried using the internal pump to pull water in and I have tried an external pump pushing into the trailer and failed every attempt. Needless to say 4 girls under 10 nor their mother are happy with the whole deer lease trailer experience!

Please help if you can and save me from being strung up by my all girl family. Many thanks to all who advise.

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Maybe your filter is old/plugged and will not let much through?
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