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How do you fill the camleback flashflo with water

Posted by catalanotti on Aug 13, 2010

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How do you fill the camleback flashflo with water


If you unzip the pouch that holds the bladder, you should see a large cap that unscrews to allow you to fill it. You may have to partially remove the bladder to see it.
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I filled with water and am trying to bite on the valve to get water. But no water is coming out


Has the valve split opened up? you\'ll need to do that first. suck on it to pull the water through
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We have a tecma RV (Holiday Rambler) toilet that makes a grinding noise and won't flush. The water keeps filling when you depress the button but won't flush til we turn the water supply off and then depress the buttons over and over and over. It will gradually go out and when it is almost empty it sucks it out.


Hi,There is likely a problem with the toilet inlet water valve. The most common is called a "ball valve." Either the valve is leaking or it is not closing completely, possibly as a result of the flush mechanism binding. Activate the flush mechanism several times and make sure it is not binding or sticking. Be sure it has freedom of movement and returns to its fully closed position. If you can, reach behind the toilet to where the flush linkage connects to the water valve and manipulate the mechanism directly attached to the valve. If you are able to feel extra movement then the valve is probably not fully closing. It could be partially blocked by mineral contaminants in the fresh water. It's actually better to remove the toilet from the coach in order to gain full access to the mechanism and water inlet valve. If the flush mechanism is not binding and the water valve appears to be fully closing, then it is likely leaking internally and you can simply replace the entire water valve. Replacement parts are conveniently available for most all RV toilets at any RV parts store.Good Luck!!Thanks!!
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Feathers collected at both ends. Can anything be done?


That's one of the disadvantages of down filling.
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Can't figure out how to fill this..


Open the pack, there will be a large screw top cap. unscrew it to open it. fill from there
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How do I fill with water - Camelbak ThermoBak 3L


Hi there, In the main sac part of the camelback, pull the velcro fastening apart at the top of it and slide out the bladder from the inside. There is a twist cap, undo this fill with water, slide the bladder back into the camelback to ensure you don't overfill it. Fastent he velcro at the top and bite the mouth peice to drink the water. Vote for me :)
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