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    anderson

    I am in thinking that the flow from the tank and fill uses the same tank fill?
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    Re: anderson

    The flow TO the tank and main water system come from the same connection. What is your concern?

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    Re: anderson

    Here are the 4-way Anderson Valve connections.
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    Re: anderson

    Since I am new to this forum and Heartland RV's, I will remember this thread for future use.

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    Re: anderson

    Quote Originally Posted by Gary521 View Post
    The flow TO the tank and main water system come from the same connection. What is your concern?
    We woke up this morning with a large puddle of water at the back of the coach, tank is filling its self I guess?
    I thought if was to plug off where it says goes to tank it would stop the tank self filling.
    But can not see where the Anderson gets the water from the tank to fixtures via pump.
    Make sense?
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    Re: anderson

    You'll find the answers in our Fresh Tank Fills by Itself user Guide. At top of page, click on TOOLS, then select HUG- Heartland User Guides

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    Re: anderson

    When I turn the dial to normal the pump just keeps running to where I dont know.
    I have dial now set at city and off at the tap outside with tank full and using pump/tank untill I get a new 4way.
    The dial set at tank did fill ok.
    The Co ABCORV now has them back in stock.
    Thanks.
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    Re: anderson

    The "O" rings have failed in your Anderson valve. This is very, very common. Call Anderson ( Anderson Brass Company ) and they have a repair part. Anderson now markets a total replacement brass valve that does not fail ( supposedly ). This will be a permanent solution to the problem. The reason your pump keeps running is that pressure is bleeding off due to the failed "O" rings.

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    Re: anderson

    Whoa! It may be the Anderson valve, but it may also be the backflow valve on the pump.

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    Re: anderson

    Quote Originally Posted by RoadJunkie View Post
    Whoa! It may be the Anderson valve, but it may also be the backflow valve on the pump.
    I have placed a check valve on the intake of the pump.Thanks.
    Den.
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