General question about how the water system works. Actually more of a confirmation that I have it straight. I have a Denali 287RE and I picked it up winterized. I found the water pump just to the left of the kitchen sink.
Water enters from the left through what looks like a little filter and out the right.
I also found the valves for bypassing the water heater which is accessible by removing the panel to the left of the kitchen sink, just like the pump.
Finally, I found the city water and power inlet under the bath sink. It looks like the city water goes to a 'T' (for bath sink and onto other things) then comes around to the pump (outlet) at another 'T'. So when on city water the system should run under pressure and the water pump is not needed. If on fresh water tank then you need to fill it with separate connection (green hose in pic) then turn on the water pump for pressure. There is a valve in the city water connection to prevent water from going back out the RV. So if I go to a campground with full hookups I should not need to mess with the fresh tank or pump at all.