Question: How do I connect my city water connection to my RV?

What is the difference between city water connection and fresh water connection on a camper?

City water is used when you are at a place that supplies water for you through the use of a faucet. Hook hose from faucet to city water inlet and youll have water when needed. Fresh water is used to fill up the water holding tank when you are going somewhere that doesnt provide water.

Where does water hose connect to RV?

0:153:36How to Connect Water at an RV Site - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipThis hole specifically that you want to use is a food-grade hose.MoreThis hole specifically that you want to use is a food-grade hose.

How do RV fresh water tanks work?

How Do RV Water Systems Work? Your potable water tank is just that. It holds fresh, clean, drinkable water that is pumped through your RVs faucets, shower, and toilet. These three tanks are maintained through ports on the outside of your rig, generally nearby to your electrical hookup.

Is it okay to dump urine on the ground?

Urine should be dumped at least 200 feet from waterways. One bottle may not hurt, but repeated dumping by many campers would. Just dont do it. Away from storm sewers.

How do you get air out of an RV water line?

Most of the time you can simply purge the lines by opening the farthest faucet until a solid stream comes out and work your way back. If the spitting is just happening with hot water, then you have air bubbles in the water heater and should relieve the pressure valve and purge the water again.

How do you know when your RV water tank is full?

You can tell when your RV water tank is full by either watching the water-level gauge (if your model has one), listen for water coming from the overflow (if you fill using the city inlet), or if you have a gravity fill, the water will splash back.

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