Originally Posted by Nashville68Bird
We will be making our first trip in our RV next week. We will be parked on my sons farm. We only want to set up the toilet for possible use, not sink or shower water needed on this trip. The owners manual, while very helpful in most areas, does not explain to us the basics of how to get water in to the toilet system. We see the obvious "City Water" connector, we see the Black Water OUT large drain pipe, and we see the two blue and red hose connections (hot/cold water Out drains?)but we don't see any other water connectors for us to attach a hose to in order to fill the toilet system. We have the correct sanitizer stuff to pour directly in to the toilet. Some basic help here would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
The top photo is where you fill the fresh water tank, if this is used run the water in slowly so the air venting out can keep up with incoming water pressure.
The second photo the 3" is the sewer connection to drain all of the waste tanks, connect your hose & dump into a sewer connection.
The red/blue lines are the low point drains for hot/cold water lines. Once ready to winterize open these to drain before pumping RV anti freeze into the system.
You did not show where to connect a water hose to use rather than the pump. I would high recommend using a pressure regulator at the faucet you connect your water hose to unless you are absolutely positive the pressure will not ever exceed 60-65 psi.