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Old 06-14-2011, 11:50 AM   #1
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I am a new owner of a 2006 31' Cruiser CrossForce Toy Hauler. There are connections on the left side of the RV that I have not been able to find any info on in the owners manual. I have 4 connection points in the same area. 1. City Water 2. Spray Port 3. Flush Kit 4. Black water Tank. 1 and 4 are obvious, 2 has a connector like an air hose, 3 has a water hose connection so I assume it is associated with the Black Water Tank. The previous owner didn't really know what number 2 - Spray Port was about. If anyone is familiar with these and can explain them I would appreciate it. Thanks
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Old 06-14-2011, 01:01 PM   #2
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#2 could very well be for an outside spray port. Our previous TT had an air hose type fitting on one end and a garden hose connector on the other. If you search the net, I believe that some Forest River products have this very set up for the outside shower set up.



Word of caution... It's much easier to to connect when the system isn't under pressure.



For the hose assembly check Camping World.
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check CW I couldn't find it, but I did find this.



http://dwincorp.com/index.php?cPath=...f0719f5528d119
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Old 06-14-2011, 01:46 PM   #4
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My RV has an separate outside shower on the other side. You guys did solve the problem. I guess it is just a high pressure water hose connection. I will order some hose from the link that salda01 found. Thanks for the help.
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I have been looking for a fellow toy hauler owner for quite a while now. Congratulations on your purchase.
I own a 08 mk-33 toy hauler ( crossfire ), and will help any way I can.
My coach has two water ports on the door side, they are the fresh water tank's fill ports.
On the driver side, the spray port is to spray fresh water into the black water tank, to keep the solids & paper from building up in the tank.--hook a water hose to it before you pull the valve open to drain the tank, and keep spraying until the waste runs clear.
The city water is just that,--hook the white water hose to it and thats it--you have city water & pressure to your coach.
The port just under the city water is the big mystery, I think it is to help with winterizing but, I am not sure. Anybody that know's for sure feel free to solve this mystery for me.
I am learning as I go, feel free to ask anything and I will be happy to help if I can.
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