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As we get more nights dipping down below the freezing mark, we make adjustments around the fifth wheel to better deal with those frigid temps. Last night, however, John ran into trouble getting the water pump to pull water from the fresh tank to our pipes. Was it the dreaded freeze we've worked so hard to avoid? Was it a mechanical issue? Watch as John goes through some of the troubleshooting steps that he took to diagnose and treat the problem and get our water back on!

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  • Good to see you got it figured out. My first solution would have been to make sure the pump is primed. My only experience was with the old school 6 gallon propane water heaters, and I've let the tanks run dry many a time. I never had to work the pressure valve.

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