L Higgins
I’ve owned a 2017 Retro Riverside 177 for 10 months. I’ve only been able to camp in it twice. In February, the sink, toilet and shower worked fine. This week, Upon arriving, I filled the tank with fresh water. I hear the pump come on and a slight trickle  of water and then nothing. I checked the fuses and bled the air out of the lines. I ended up attaching my fresh water hose to the source and got water that way. I need to figure out this pump. Anything else I can do? Please be very specific, as I am not mechanical and my husband, even less than me. Thank you. 
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mkevenson
L Higgins, sounds to me like you still have air in the line. I would disconnect your hose and turn on pump . Turn on faucets, furthest from fresh water tank 1st. Run water till it flows normal. May take a long time. Proceed to next faucet in line, next closest. You probably only have 2 faucets unless you have an outdoor shower.
Mark
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TravelerGuy
Howdy, L,
If you remove the load center cover, and look in the rear right, there's the pump.  There should be a short length of hose with one end open.  That's connected through a valve to the pump inlet.  It's used for sucking RV antifreeze from a gallon jug when winterizing.  Make sure that the valve is fully closed.  Make sure it opens and closes normally.  Also look closely with a good flashlight for loose fittings.  There's also a check valve in there somewhere, that I have heard can be a problem.
And, as I found out last year, be sure that the fresh water tank drain has the plug installed.  When tried to fill my tank last season, and my feet started getting wet, I figured out that my plug had been removed for winterizing.
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sunvalleyjoe
should be a filter on inlet to pump. Also only check valve I found was at water heater to prevent back flow. Butit work with hose on city water check pump fitting and filter. GBA!!SVJ
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Bozeman Retro Owner

How long is "a long time?"  I am having a very similar problem but have gone through the checklist suggested without a solution.
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2ty
L Higgins, have you resolved the water flow problem?
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L Higgins
Yes, the trailer had been winterized and the water Intake valves closed. That info was not shared with me by the Previous owner.
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