alliance RV paradigm 2021 Centralized Docking Station User Manual
Centralized Docking Station
Docking Station Handle Position and Valve Routing
Cable and Satellite Connection
Filling the Fresh Water Tank – Power Fill
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Fill and/or Sanitize the Fresh Water Tank with the Pump
NOTE: For sanitizing, a solution of 1 gallon of water and one quarter cup of household bleach should be prepared for every fifteen gallons of holding tank capacity.
Fill and/or Sanitize the Fresh Water Tank with the Pump
Using the Fresh water Tank for Dry Camping
Centralized Docking Station (Continued)
Rinsing Holding Tanks / Tank Flush
Fresh Water System
Your RVs fresh water system is made up of two inputs, a portable fresh water holding tank with a pressure demand 12 volt water pump and a city water connection that provides water to the system and bypasses the fresh water holding tank and the water pump to supply your fresh water from an already pressurized source. All holding tanks are equipped with electric heating pads that are controlled in the central monitor panel.
- The portable water system consists of a freshwater holding tank which is filled at the docking station (covered above). The tank is emptied/drained at a “low point” drain on the exterior beneath the freshwater holding tank. Always be sure to drain your fresh water tank between uses, and during storage in the winter, this will prevent any stagnation that can cause water to smell and/or taste bad.
- The water pump. When not hooked up to an external water supply, the RVs fresh water tank is utilized. The water is pumped from the fresh water tank by the water pump. When the power is switched on, the pump works automatically whenever a faucet is on. The water pump is self‐priming and when the system pressure drops below 55psi, the water pump will energize and re‐pressurize the system to that 55psi.
- This tank is equipped with a safety overflow drain. This drain will come straight out of the underbelly of the RV beneath the fresh water tank. This drain should never be plugged or obstructed. Keeping this line open for safety overflow will prevent damage that can occur from overfilling your fresh water tank.
- The city water system is powered by a water hose connected to the docking station (covered above). When connected and turned on, the system will automatically pressurize. It is always a good idea to bleed the system by turning on a hot water faucet until the water runs smoothly and there is no air present.
NOTE: High water pressure can damage your water system. Due to pressure inconsistencies in potential water sources, an RV water pressure regulator can be used between the hose and the connection point to ensure an always consistent water pressure coming into the RV. A safe setting is 45psi.
Not regulating water pressure and allowing water pressure that is too high to be connected to the RV can cause irreversible damage to your RVs fresh water system.
Draining your freshwater system (required for winterization, covered in the centralized docking station portion of this manual, when the RV is not being used and/or is being stored in the cold or winter months), all tanks should be emptied. This will prevent damage from freezing. Every RV has low point drains in which the fresh water system can be evacuated. These low point drains will be located on the off‐door side of the RV near the water heater directly beneath the RV and coming out of the underbelly. These are shut-off valves that can be opened and closed with a thumb turn.
Waste Water System
The waste system contains holding tanks. The quantity of tanks along with the location is dictated by the floor plan of the RV. All tanks are equipped with electric heating pads that can be controlled in the monitor panel.
- Black tanks hold toilet waste. There are some things to note with black tanks. Black tanks typically will need a digester/deodorant (talk with your RV dealer for recommendations). Black tanks require RV toilet paper. RV toilet paper breaks down quickly and is specifically designed for this type of wastewater system. You’ll find that this toilet paper breaks down more quickly and allows the wastewater to flor more easily during the dumping process. Black tanks monitoring electronics can be adversely affected by debris hanging up on the reading probes. For this case, we have installed a tank flush for your black tank(s) to assist in keeping the probe indicators clean so that you have accurate readings on the tank’s levels.
- Gray tanks, an integral part of the wastewater system. Gray tanks hold your sink and shower waste water. Gray tanks require less maintenance due to the difference in waste produced making its way into the tank. It may be ideal to dump black tanks first and then your gray tanks, the gray tank running thru the main dump will help in keeping the pipeline cleaner.
Alliance RV uses the best-in-class 310 series Docetic RV toilet. Each toilet is 100% factory tested to assure a watertight seal in the toilet bowl before it even leaves Docetic. After installation by Alliance RV, the entire waste system is flood tested for leaks by filling the system with water to the rim of the bowl.
To use the toilet, first add water to the toilet by pressing the flush pedal only partially down. Water will flow into the bowl while the flush ball remains closed.
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