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Welcome back, everyone!
This is the next video in our “RV Basics” series, where I try to give you the talks I wish I had gotten when we started RVing. These videos are not very technical at all, and if you’re a new RVer, they should make things a lot less stressful as you try to figure your systems out that first time.
In this one, we’re going to tackle the basics of your RV’s fresh water plumbing system. This is one of those things that makes RVing so much more comfortable than other styles of camping and traveling – having running water with you, wherever you go. It’s not complicated at all, so everyone should be able to follow along, regardless of the make, model, type, or age of your RV.
Our friends at Winnebago asked us to make this video, and we’re glad they did. We hope you’ll come back for the next video in the series where we’ll tackle the basics of your RV’s waste water plumbing system… Oh yeah! Sewage!!
And if you’re looking for the first video in the series, where I break down your RV’s electrical systems, you can find that one here: RV Basics: Understanding RV Electrical Systems for Beginners
Any questions, sound off below and I’ll do my best to answer!