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Old 04-06-2012, 04:54 PM   #1
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My DH and I recently picked up our new Zinger ZT26BL. I've figured out where to fill the hot water tank, it's location, where the low point drains are, and (I think) where to fill the fresh water tank. But I have no idea where the fresh water tank is hiding! May be a stupid question, but I am used to being able to monitor the fill level by looking at the tank (then again our old trailer camper was 17 years old when we sold it last year so things have changed a bit). Where would this massive 54 gal. tank be located, and is there a way to monitor how close it is to full without using the light-up panal?
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Old 04-06-2012, 09:19 PM   #2
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It's under the bottom of camper. It may be covered with a cloth so you can't see it. The fill is usually right above the tank.
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Old 04-06-2012, 10:41 PM   #3
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Thanks! The underside of our camper is covered, so I'm assuming that is where it's been hidden. The old camper had it under the master bed...which is all storage in my new Zinger. It's amazing how much things have changed over the seventeen years since my parents bought the old one, and we bought our new one! Now, the weather just needs to warm up and stay that way so we can take it out!
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Old 04-06-2012, 11:49 PM   #5
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CR usually has the fresh water tank way in the rear, on all that I've seen. If your filler is back there, look underneath and you should see a plastic tube with a cap on it sticking thru the membrane, that's the drain for the tank.



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When I fill my tank, I can hear a sound unique to becoming full. Just like filling with fuel. Air coming back out sounds different. But I still fill the tank until it backs up and won't fill anymore.
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The tank could be mounted anywere(front middle back) like Farmer said look for the small drain hose sticking out with a threaded cap on.

As for filling--'till it runs out the top.
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