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Old 04-25-2012, 09:42 AM   #1
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Northern NY here 04 T2553, Solaris serial # 5592 1st TT for us..2 questions for anyone that can help.... the access panel for the fridge on side of TT..is missing one of the 2 small black clips that holds the panel in Place..anywhere to replace? generic part or Sunline propietary? secondly in relation to hot water heater..The HW tank does it fill automatically when either drawing from holding tank or hose hookup?
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Old 04-25-2012, 04:31 PM   #2
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Welcome to the club PJ!

The exterior access door is not Sunline specific. HERE is a link to one.. You may be able to find others...

The WH will fill, no matter which way the water is coming from. The city water inlet has a check valve in it, that prevents the pump from simply emptying the fresh water tank. The 12v pump also has a check valve in it, to prevent city water form filling the tank..


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Welcome to the club PJ!

The exterior access door is not Sunline specific. HERE is a link to one.. You may be able to find others...

The WH will fill, no matter which way the water is coming from. The city water inlet has a check valve in it, that prevents the pump from simply emptying the fresh water tank. The 12v pump also has a check valve in it, to prevent city water form filling the tank..


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thanx Gary, well its not the door or panel I seek..its the small black turn clips that act as screws to hold those panels in place. but thanx for your input.
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I'm not sure if you can get the clips separate. That's why I gave the link for the whole panel...
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The WH will fill, no matter which way the water is coming from.
Unless it has a bypass kit, in which case it may not fill if it is in bypass mode.

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PS Look for a pipe connecting the inlet to the outlet on the front of the tank. There will either be one or two valves there too.
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I'm not sure if you can get the clips separate. That's why I gave the link for the whole panel...
its looking like they are impossible to find separately which is strange because when looking at several of the panels online for sale they state does not come with mounting screws
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Unless it has a bypass kit, in which case it may not fill if it is in bypass mode.

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PS Look for a pipe connecting the inlet to the outlet on the front of the tank. There will either be on or two valves there too.
thanx for the tip will check
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Here is a link to some vent latches, not sure they are the correct ones, but might be worth your while to check it out.

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Yeah, General RV in Wixom, MI carries the little latches too. They come molded together, so you just push them through to make it work.
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